Leeds Rhinos are reportedly on the verge of completing the signing of Salford stand-off Robert Lui.
Leeds are in real danger of being relegated from Super League this season as they sit 11th in the standings on 12 points, only above rock-bottom Hull KR due to a better points difference.
It is now being reported the Rhinos are on the verge of signing Australian Lui, who arrived in England in 2016 when joining Salford from North Queensland Cowboys, for £65,000.
The 29-year-old’s contract with the Red Devils expires at the end of this campaign but the Yorkshire outfit has moved to sign the stand-off now due to their league predicament.
A deal is expected to be wrapped up imminently and Lui, who has scored more than 200 points during his time at the AJ Bell Stadium, will move to Headingley with immediate effect.