All Blacks powerhouse Sonny Bill Williams will make an eventual return to rugby league, according to a report out of Australia.
Sydney’s Daily Telegraph reports Williams is likely to make a return to the English Super League or return to the Sydney Roosters NRL club – either as a player or in a mentoring or coaching capacity.
Williams’ agent and promoter Khoder Nasser reportedly discussed the prospect of the dual international returning to the 13-man game during a meeting with Roosters chairman Nick Politis last week but is also in contact with at least one Super League club.
The 32-year-old is said to have no plans of retiring once his current contract with the New Zealand Rugby Union ends after the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
According to the Daily Telegraph, there are suggestions that could end his career in the UK Super League where a club like Wigan Warriors could afford to pay him almost $3 million for two seasons.