Come November 1 when a lot of players are allowed to negotiate with rival clubs I reckon Parra need to invest heavily.
With Tepai Moeroa heading of to union, Manu Ma'u leaving for hull (rip) and Bevan french finally of to WIgan after being the highest-paid Reserve grade player in the game Parra are cashed up.
Not to mention the others of contract such as Andrew Davey, Josh Hoffman, Michael Jennings, Greg Leleisiuao, Tim Mannah, Matt McIlwrick, Ray Stone, Brad Takairangi, Peni Terepo.
But where does this money go?
I think to start off a prime target has to David Fifita, to fill the huge hole that Ma'u has left in our second row, although he commands a 700k price tag I think he would be a valuable addition due to his youth and potential development as a player in the future
Currently, our outside backs are in good shape and by Issuing Sivo a new contract I don't think there is any need for Radradra if he wanted 1 mil a year
To bolster our forward pack it would be great to have Jai Arrow on board but this is pretty unrealistic considering his importance to the titans.
Christian Welch is obviously an option however is prone to knee injuries such as the ACL injury he recently suffered, despite this, I think he would be a handy edition
Campbell-Gillard would be nice however I reckon only get him if the panthers are willing to pay some of his contracts - we all know what he can do and I think BA will bring out the best in him
Patrick Mago is also off contract and was compared to Taumalolo previously, obviously, he is not Taumalolo but for a small salary I think he could be a valuable addition to our roster
Tristan Sailor is an absolute star in the making, he is also off-contract from the dragons at the end of the year and if we can somehow get him then that would be great - extremely unlikely though
The last one is Zane Tetevano, a real big man who could again add some more depth to our front row rotation, would be a great pickup and wouldn't be too expensive.
Thanks for reading and let me know any others that I didn't mention.