Former rival upset by jones drug reports.
The two sides will now continue to discuss their options in order to resolve this problem before the start of the 2015 season.
Folau is understood to have been offered $1.7 million-a-year on a four-year deal.
He will receive $400,000 of that during his first two seasons and더킹카지노 will also receive a further $100,000 of his salary in future years and a third base salary of $250,000 per year over the remainder of his contract.
Folau has enjoyed a promising rookie campaign which has seen him gain valuable experience and become a fan favourite.
After a disappointing 2014 season, this is not expected to be a new experience for the former Western Bulldogs and former Roosters great.
While he’s unlikely to have a regular run in the Roosters’ side next season, Folau will continue to receive plenty of game time and will certainly help furth바카라사이트er cement his position as their number 1 outside forward.
He will join fellow club, Melbourne, as the 13th man ahead of the 2015 season.
There is another option for Folau, if he chooses to return home to continue his footballing career overseas.
A host of clubs have contacted the Roosters about bringing him in to play for club or country.
The 23-year-old was drafted by the Bulldogs in 2008 and he has played 12 games for the club in his career.
He recently signed a one-year extension to retain his Roosters contract.
He was originally considered for selection in last year’s finals side but ended up in the reserves for the first four matches of 2015 before starting the season at the start of the year.
It won’t be a lon더킹카지노g shot if Folau continues on with that journey overseas next season.
The former Roosters and Western Bulldogs star will be expected to lead the Roosters back into the premiership hunt in the coming season.
The club’s chief executive Rob Sheehan told NRL.com last week that he was open to a return to North Queensland.
“We love what he did back then in Brisbane, but if we get the opportunity to keep him back I wouldn’t rule out that we could definitely do that,” Sheehan said.
“It’s the only way he can grow his brand and show he’s a big part of what the Roosters are, the state we’re in.”