Sport REPORT: Michael Gordon set to fill Hayne void at Titans

02:58  07 december  2017
02:58  07 december  2017 Source:   Sporting News

Jarryd Hayne leaving Gold Coast, Titans reportedly set to confirm exit later today

  Jarryd Hayne leaving Gold Coast, Titans reportedly set to confirm exit later today Jarryd Hayne has reportedly begun telling the Gold Coast Titans he has no plans to play for the club in 2018 and is seeking a release. He is set to join the Parramatta Eels ahead of next year.Hayne’s future has been the subject of much conjecture over the past few months – his much-publicised stoush with former Titans boss Neil Henry saw the coach sacked in August, and rumours that the code-hopping star was set to leave the Gold Coast sprung up earlier this month.Hayne fiercely denied those reports, hitting out at Buzz Rothfield on Twitter the day the news broke: require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

Sydney Roosters veteran Michael Gordon is set to replace Jarryd Hayne on the Gold Coast next season, according to reports .

The player merry-go-round is likely to continue with Michael Gordon set to leave the Sydney Roosters to become the Gold Coast Titans new fullback. The Titans released star fullback Jarryd Hayne from the final year of his contract last week

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Sydney Roosters veteran Michael Gordon is set to replace Jarryd Hayne on the Gold Coast next season, according to reports.

Gordon’s likely move continues the NRL’s never-ending game of sliding doors, with Wests Tigers full-back James Tedesco now at the Roosters and Hayne heading back to Parramatta.

The Titans confirmed persistent rumours Hayne wanted out of his $1.2 million deal to return home to the Eels last week, granting him a release to take up a reported $500,000 contract with the Blue and Golds.

While Hayne’s 18-month stint on the Glitter Strip is widely considered a disaster, his absence still leaves a sizeable hole on the Titans’ roster.

Jarryd Hayne’s terrible, terrible secret

  Jarryd Hayne’s terrible, terrible secret Jarryd Hayne has a secret. It’s a dark and terrible one, and one he is desperate for you not to know, but sadly for his attempts at concealment, it is one he just can’t help revealing. His newly-announced return to the Parramatta Eels makes any further attempts at subterfuge futile. His secret is out, and everyone knows.Jarryd Hayne’s secret is this: he cares.Hayne has worked quite hard in the last few years to convince you that he doesn’t care. That is, he doesn’t care about anything but himself. He wants you to believe that he is driven by only two factors: money and ego.He’ll go to great lengths to make his story seem plausible.

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Gordon has been on the lookout for a new club since Tedesco’s arrival at Bondi on a multi-year deal.

The Chooks have given him permission to investigate other offers and the 34-year-old is keen to join Garth Brennan’s Titans.

He is close to inking a two-year deal after approaching Brennan last week, according to The Courier Mail.

The goal-kicking full-back/winger had a solid season with the Tri Colours in 2017 after a one-year cameo with Parramatta in 2016.

He made his NRL debut for Penrith in 2006 before joining Cronulla on a three-year deal in 2013.

Gordon also made one State of Origin appearance for NSW in 2010.

Sterling questions Hayne centre shift .
Parramatta great Peter Sterling has questioned whether Jarryd Hayne could make the permanent shift to centre upon his return to the NRL club. He was underwhelming playing there for NSW during this year's State of Origin series loss and Sterling doubts whether he could make the transition long-term."No, I don't think so," Sterling told AAP when asked if Hayne had the makings of a centre."I think there were times in Origin when he probably got found out a little bit in that centre position. I see him as a fullback.

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