Troubled Half Mitchell Moses has allegedly approached the Parramatta board seeking an immediate release from the club.
Rumours swirling inside Eels training this morning suggest young Moses has become frustrated with how the team has been training and would like to canvass his options elsewhere.
“Mitchell thinks he could be worth a fair bit more money somewhere else and would like to test his price on the market,” one club insider told us.
“He doesn’t agree with the way the team has been coached and thinks it doesn’t suit his playing style”.
If released, the contract could represent the shortest playing tenure by a player at a club since Jackson Hastings was signed by anyone.
Parramatta coach Brad Arthur initially remained tight-lipped this morning before breaking his silence and having this to say.
“I can confirm that Mitchell wants out of his contract and that his preference at this stage is the Tigers,” a forlorn Arthur said.
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