He has been regarded by some experts as the world’s best winger for more than a decade and now English International Ryan Hall is headed down under after agreeing to terms with the Sydney Roosters.
Hall will join the Tricolours from 2019 on a two-year deal.
“Ryan has expressed a desire to test himself in the NRL, and we are pleased to have secured his services,” Roosters Recruitment Manager Adam Hartigan said.
“A natural finisher blessed with size, speed and strength, we believe that Ryan will be a terrific fit within our squad and we look forward to welcoming him to the Club later this year.”
Hall has scored 229 tries for the Leeds Rhinos over a career spanning 12 years – playing 322 games. He has represented England on 38 occasions and won six Super League grand finals for the Rhinos.
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