Australian International & Origin Player To Be Moved On Before June 30 Deadline?
The Penrith Panthers are understood to be open for business before the June 30 deadline close and it is believed the Panthers are ready to deal former Origin Players Reagan Campbell-Gillard.
The 25-year-old’s stellar 2018 form earned him a debut in the NSW Origin team for game one at the MCG against Queensland, followed his Australian Test debut at last year’s Rugby League World Cup.
The Panthers decided they wanted to secure their star prop and did so successfully with Campbell-Gillard putting pen to paper on a mammoth five-year extension.
But just 12 months later and a poor start to his 2019 campaign sees the new powers to be at Penrith ready to off-load the power forward.
Campbell-Gillard admits it has been “a pretty shit year” so far, having also been overlooked for NSW despite an injury crisis in the front row.
It is believed that Penrith are willing to offload Campbell-Gillard to open up funds to secure Tyrone Peachey back from the Titans.