FINALLY some good news for the Brisbane Broncos.
The club has confirmed South Sydney halfback Adam Reynolds will join the side in 2022 on a three-year-deal rumoured to be worth $2.25 million.
The goalkicking No.7, who has 214 first grade appearances to his name, joins a growing core of quality players committed to the Club on multi-year deals including Kotoni Staggs, Jordan Riki, Payne Haas, Pat Carrigan, Herbie Farnworth, Tom Flegler, Ethan Bullemor and Brendan Piakura.
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Broncos Head Coach Kevin Walters said the 30-year-old’s experience and cool head were exactly what the Broncos are looking for.
“Adam is a fantastic signing for our Club – his leadership and game management are outstanding and he will really help bring out the best in our squad,” said Walters.
“He is skillful, he loves to compete and he wants to win, and importantly he is a family man and highly regarded off the field, those are all things that we want in a Brisbane Broncos player.
“I keep saying that we have a terrific core group of committed players and the future is bright, and Adam deciding to buy into that future is a real endorsement of where our Club is headed.”
It’s believed Reynolds turned down a big money offer from the Cronulla Sharks to make the move to Red Hill.
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Welcome to The Broncos, Adam Reynolds!
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