Sport WATCH: Koroibete is happy staying put in rugby union...for now

17:06  14 june  2017
17:06  14 june  2017 Source:   Sporting News

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''I've still got one more year next year,'' Koroibete said. ''Whether I'm going to another club if the Rebels aren't safe or going overseas I'm not completely sure. When if he'd prefer to stay in rugby , the winger responded: ''This year I'd say so, probably yeah.''

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WIth the Melbourne Rebels' future hanging in the balance, a number of players could be without a job and will be weighing up their future for 2018.

For former NRL speedster Marika Koroibete, there are still things to accomplish in the 15-man code and the Fijian wants to transfer to another rugby club if the Rebels get the boot.

''I've still got one more year next year,'' Koroibete said.

''Whether I'm going to another club if the Rebels aren't safe or going overseas I'm not completely sure. I'll leave that to my manager.

When if he'd prefer to stay in rugby, the winger responded: ''This year I'd say so, probably yeah.''

That gives NRL fans hope this exiciting maching could possibly make a return once his business is finished with the Rebels.

Koroibete is currently training with the Wallabies as they prepare to take on Scotland on Saturday.

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