Payne Haas has demanded immediate release from the Brisbane Broncos Agreement



The Brisbane star has been rocked by a bomb attack with prop Paine Haas, who has reportedly demanded an immediate release from the club after being upset over his management deal negotiations.

The 22-year-old NSW and Australian representative, widely regarded as the NRL’s best front-rower, is set to line up for the Brisbane local derby with the Gold Coast Titans at the Suncorp Stadium on Friday night.

He changed management last year and is pushing for an upgrade deal with the Broncos, believing he is being paid less in his current contract, which runs until the end of 2024.

According to a report Sydney Morning HeraldThe Broncos declined a request for release Wednesday night.

Brisbane has not announced whether he will still be fit to fight the Titans.

Haas is a definite pick for the NSW team when it is announced on Sunday night for the opening match of the State of Origin series against Queensland at Acre Stadium on 8 June.

Earlier on Thursday, the Titans announced that their 19-year-old brother Claes would join the club on a full-time basis by the end of 2024 after impressing coaching staff while playing for Tweed in QRL’s Hastings Deering Colts competition.

David Fifita moves to Titan, Reese Walsh joins the Warriors, Xavier Coates moves to Melbourne and Tom Deerden travels to the Cowboys in the North, and teenage halfback prodigy Sam Walker slips out of their grip and the Broncos lose their best young talent in recent years. Roosters to join.

Since collecting their first wooden spoon in 2020, they have improved somewhat to 14th place under new coach Kevin Walters last season but have risen to fifth place this year with a 7-4 record.

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