Sport Foran 'has not signed with the Bulldogs': Warriors CEO

15:25  21 april  2017
15:25  21 april  2017 Source:

Slater wants Foran at Melbourne

  Slater wants Foran at Melbourne He may have only just arrived at the Warriors but Kieran Foran remains a wanted man for next season with Melbourne fullback Billy Slater keen to see him at the Storm. Having impressed in his first few appearances for the Warriors, Foran is already attracting plenty of interest from elsewhere having only signed a short term deal in New Zealand.While the Bulldogs are early front runners given Des Hasler coached Foran at Manly, Slater thinks the Kiwi could fit perfectly into his side."I think he will suit our style of play down in Melbourne," Slater said on the Sunday Footy Show.

Warriors boss Jim Doyle says Bulldogs CEO Raelene Castle confirmed to him Kieran Foran had not signed with her club.

Warriors CEO Jim Doyle says Kieran Foran has yet to sign with Canterbury after Bulldogs counterpart Raelene Castle told him as much on Thursday.

Foran 'has not signed with the Bulldogs'. © AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts Foran 'has not signed with the Bulldogs'.

Warriors chief executive Jim Doyle is adamant Kieran Foran has yet to sign with Canterbury after Bulldogs counterpart Raelene Castle told him as much late on Thursday night.

Doyle says Castle denied reports Foran agreed to move to Belmore when his contract expires at the end of the season.

Wests Tigers skipper Aaron Woods is also believed to be heading to the Bulldogs, however Doyle squashed suggestions Foran is certain to depart.

"I got a text message from the Bulldogs CEO after midnight last night saying, 'Despite what's on the back page of the newspaper, we've got no agreement with Kieran. We've got no contract with Kieran Foran," Doyle said on Friday.

Slater wants Foran at the Storm

  Slater wants Foran at the Storm Billy Slater believes Kieran Foran would make for an ideal replacement for Cooper Cronk in Melbourne, believing he would fit into the side's NRL structure.Foran is off contract at the end of the year and wants to move back to Australia to be closer to his children in Sydney.

Warriors managing director Jim Doyle is denying that Kieran Foran is on his way to Canterbury next year as the club remains hopeful they can keep He has not signed with the Bulldogs ,” Doyle said on the club's website. “I got a text message from the Bulldog CEO after midnight last night saying

Finally, the Warriors have clarity around Kieran Foran . Kieran Foran looks set to be signing with the Bulldogs . "It has been an incredibly tough decision to make but it has reached the point where I had to make a call and I've done that today," Foran said in a statement.

"He may go back to Sydney and he may still stay here. He's obviously finding it very difficult to make a decision because his kids are there.

"But at this point in time, he's still working through that. He wants to focus on playing really good football for the club and helping the club."

However Doyle did suggest the player market is now set to find some traction after the NRL had finally given clubs a temporary salary cap figure for next season.

The cap is currently at $7 million this year, however the governing body and players' union are still in negotiations over the future number as part of their ongoing collective bargaining talks.

Doyle claims the uncertainty of the final cap figure is the primary catalyst to the increased speculation around the transfer market.

Gould reveals where Foran will play next year

  Gould reveals where Foran will play next year Gus Gould has revealed where he believes Kieran Foran will play in 2018 - and it’s good news for one big Sydney club. The Panthers boss declared the ex-Kiwi international will leave the Warriors and join old mentor Des Hasler at Canterbury next year in what he hopes is Foran’s final career move.“My mail is he wants to live in Sydney – that’s the end of story,” Gould said on his weekly ‘Six Tackles with Gus’ podcast.

Kieran Foran NRL Bulldogs future, leaving Warriors end of 2017 season. His dad is Greg Foran , CEO of Wal-Mart's U.S. division.[citation needed]. For his part, Foran admitted after re- signing with Manly that he had dinner with Hasler and his family to personally inform his old coach and mentor of

READ MORE: * Foran : Warriors saved my career * Foran departing Warriors for the Bulldogs * Warriors boss rubbishes Foran - Bulldogs claim * Cowboys and Tigers want Lolohea * Charlie Gubb to leave When you're matched with a player like Keiran Foran , you have to look over your shoulder.

"Players and player managers who sign contracts didn't want to commit beyond 2017 because no one knew what the cap was going to be," he said.

"The NRL came out last night and have said to all the clubs, here's a number that you now have to use for the salary cap, so for the first time we've got clarity from them.

"Whether that's the final number or not, who knows? But they've given us some clarity so we'll be able to start locking in contracts for some players."

One of those players could be star halfback Shaun Johnson, who comes off-contract at the end of the season and is believed to have attracted interest from rivals clubs.

"I spent time with Shaun yesterday, I met with his manager this week. We're pretty close. Shaun obviously wants to get success and he wants to help this club get success," Doyle said.

Kieran Foran opens up on Canterbury move .
Kieran Foran is adamant nothing is set in stone when it comes to a potential move to the Bulldogs. New Zealand Test star Kieran Foran insists his move to the Bulldogs is not a done deal and that he could still stay at the Warriors.Speaking after his club’s narrow win over the Roosters on Sunday, Foran told reporters he is yet to decide on his playing future.“I haven't even received an offer from the Bulldogs yet so I don't have a contract on the table from them,” he said.

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