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NRL news 2023 | Broncos reportedly give Kurt Capewell permission to leave after Warriors offer, Kurt Capewell-Andrew Webster meeting

NRL news 2023 | Broncos reportedly give Kurt Capewell permission to leave after Warriors offer, Kurt Capewell-Andrew Webster meeting

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Kurt Capewell could be heading for the Brisbane Broncos exit after being spotted speaking to Warriors coach Andrew Webster in recent days.

Capewell’s contract ends with the Broncos at the end of 2024 and he is free to negotiate with his rivals.

The Warriors have reportedly offered the premiership winner a three-year deal and are willing to see him move immediately.

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The Broncos could adapt to this, with Capewell unlikely to be at the club after 2024.

“It is very likely that Kurt Capewell has played his last game for the Brisbane Broncos. He was signed for the next year in 2024, but the Broncos informed him that they would not sign him for the following years,” said 9News Queensland reporter Ben Dobbin. .

“He hasn’t made his decision yet, but the Broncos, in talking to them today, gave him their blessing if he wanted to take this deal and give him an early release.”

The Broncos recently re-signed second-rowers Jordan Riki and Brendan Piakura, with the latter set to take Capewell’s place after next season.

Although Capewell is a much admired figure at the Broncos, his release could free up money to re-sign Ezra Mam and Reece Walsh.

The second-rower previously worked with Warriors boss Andrew Webster at the Panthers when he was assistant coach.

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