Has Tevita Pangai Jr Run Out Of Cash?



Bulldogs CEO Aaron Warburton won’t block any move by Tevita Pangai Junior to make a return to the NRL: “Tevita parted ways with the Bulldogs on extremely good terms,” Warburton told the Daily Telegraph. “We wish nothing but the best for Tevita and his family for their future.”

But there has been no deal offered yet by the Broncos, where Tevita Pangai Junior started his NRL career, playing 96 games before being released in 2021 to take up a A$750,000 a year deal with the Bulldogs, before being released in 2023 to take up professional boxing.

Has he run out of cash maybe?

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