The Super League Club is vying to sign the greatest center player in West Tigers history.

HULL KR have been named in the race to sign Wests Tigers centre Brent Naden.

Earlier this month, it was revealed that the Tigers were looking to offload a number of their stars following salary cap constraints – and Naden was one of those.

Now Sky Sports reporter Jenna Brooks has revealed that the Robins are lining up a move for Naden for 2025.

The 28-year-old rose through the ranks at Penrith Panthers, where he captained the under-20 team to a Premiership and was selected for the National Youth Competition Team of the Year in 2015 while playing interchangeably.

After making his NRL debut in 2019, Naden played with the Mountain Men for 37 games, scoring 24 tries. In 2022, he joined the Canterbury Bulldogs.

But the center only played in eight games before to joining the Tigers, and now that Benji Marshall has been promoted to head coach, the Concord team has decided that he is no longer needed.

Naden would require Hull KR to cut one of their quota players in order to create room for him in 2025, however with Matt Parcell expected to leave, that opportunity looks to have arisen.


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