Sport Wests Tigers withdraw Aaron Woods, James Tedesco's contract offers after deadline expires

13:07  21 april  2017
13:07  21 april  2017 Source:   ABC News

'Don't be bullied into releasing Moses early'

  'Don't be bullied into releasing Moses early' Channel Nine commentator Phil Gould says Wests Tigers shouldn't be bullied into an early release for Mitchell Moses in his "Six Tackles with Gus" podcast.Moses recently signed a deal to join the Eels next season after the Tigers withdrew their offer to him to concentrate on re-signing captain Aaron Woods and fullback James Tedesco, but there is ongoing speculation he could be released early if the clubs can reach a mutual beneficial arrangement.

The Wests Tigers are set to lose star duo Aaron Woods and James Tedesco after the pair let their deadline to re-sign expire .

The Wests Tigers have demanded star duo Aaron Woods and James Tedesco make a decision on their future in the next 24-hours. The Wests Tigers released a statement to members outlining that the club had met with Woods and Tedesco ’ s manager on Tuesday and during that meeting

Drama continues to surround Aaron Woods (pictured) and James Tedesco's contract stand-off with the Tigers. © Brendon Thorne/Getty Images Drama continues to surround Aaron Woods (pictured) and James Tedesco's contract stand-off with the Tigers. The Wests Tigers are set to lose star duo Aaron Woods and James Tedesco next season.

The pair had until 5:00pm to re-sign with the club, but the ABC understands the club did not get confirmation from their manager Isaac Moses, so will pull both their long-term deals off the table.

The Tigers are unlikely to retain Aaron Woods and James Tedesco (pictured). © AAP Image/Paul Miller The Tigers are unlikely to retain Aaron Woods and James Tedesco (pictured). Tedesco has been linked to the Sydney Roosters, while Woods is expected to sign with the Bulldogs next week.

The Tigers are already losing five-eighth Mitchell Moses to Parramatta, with half-back Luke Brooks the only member of the team's four biggest stars remaining with the team.

More to come.

Woods to Bulldogs a done deal .
Canterbury have confirmed they have signed Wests Tigers captain Aaron Woods on a four-year NRL deal starting next season.The NSW Origin and Kangaroos forward will head to Belmore at the end of the season on a deal that will keep him there until at least the end of 2021

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