Panthers centre Paul Momirovski is on the verge of joining a fifth NRL club in as many years.
The premiership-winning Panther has been granted permission by the club to find a new team next season, despite being under contract with Penrith for another year.
According to a Sydney Morning Herald report, the Roosters, the club Momirovski made his debut with in 2018, are interested in bringing the centre back to Bondi.
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The Sea Eagles and Warriors have also expressed interest in the 25-year-old.
It’s understood Penrith won’t stand in Momirovski’s way, should he attract a lucrative contract elsewhere.
Momirovski joined the Panthers this year after spending last season with the Storm while on loan from the Tigers.
In other news out of Penrith, the NRL today issued breach notices to Panthers captain Nathan Cleary and Stephen Crichton, “alleging that they acted contrary to the best interests of the game after they were photographed on social media acting in a disrespectful manner toward the NRL trophy”.
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The NRL has also issued a breach notice to Tyrone May “for posting and being part of social media posts which do not align with the values of the game”.
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