Tevita Pangai Junior has left the door open for a return to the NRL and has reportedly had preliminary talks with the Broncos about a short-term deal.
The 27-year-old sensationally quit rugby league last year, walking out on a $750,000 contract with the Bulldogs to pursue a career in boxing.
But rumours of a return began after he was spotted watching on at a Broncos training session recently.
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While Pangai Junior toldNews Corp he is only focused on boxing “right now” the same masthead reports he has spoken to Broncos bosses about a possible return to the club after June on a four-month deal.
The Broncos have not tabled an offer, but Pangai Junior is open to juggling his boxing career with the NRL — provided the club can fit him under the salary cap.
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