Boyd Cordner open to playing in English Super League

Sydney Roosters captain Boyd Cordner hasn’t ruled out ending his career in the English Super League as his Roosters prepare for the World Cup Challenge against Wigan.

The 26-year-old was pressed on whether he was interested in plying his trade in Europe with the Kangaroos and Blues leader happy to leave his options open.

“I’ve still got a lot of stuff I want to tick off in the NRL before I think about heading to England,” Cordner told the media.

“I’m sure there’ll be a bed there for me though if I ever do.”

The Roosters are currently in Paris for a training camp with French club, Toulouse.

They’ll then head to England where they will do another opposed session – this time against Super League heavyweights, St Helens.

“It’s good for us but they’re also a really quality team with some top Super League talent,” Roosters legend and club assistant Craig Fitzgibbon told roosters.com.au.

“We always enjoy opposed sessions against a different style of footy and it’s important for our preparations as well.”

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