Moses Mbye will become a Wests Tigers player from 2019 after signing a four year deal with the joint venture.
The talented utility will see out the season at Canterbury before linking with his new club where he’s expected to slip straight into the fullback role.
Canterbury had little chance of keeping the livewire as their salary cap woes continue.
“Moses is a talented young man and we look forward to having him join Wests Tigers next season,” Wests Tigers coach Ivan Cleary said in a statement released on weststigers.com.au.
“He’s developed into an exciting player and I know he’ll bring a lot to our club, both on and off the field.”
Bulldogs CEO Andrew Hill thanked Moses for his services.
“Today I would like to confirm that Moses Mbye has sought a release from his current contract which the club has granted. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank Moses for his time with the Bulldogs and his contribution to the club on and off the field.
“Even though he will be taking up an offer to join the Wests Tigers for season 2019, I know that he is committed to putting all his energies into the Bulldogs for the rest of this season and finishing strongly with the club.”
Moses will reunite with former Dogs teammate Josh Reynolds who was squeezed out of Belmore at the end of 2017.