The Wests Tigers signing spree sets is set to continue with Curtis Rona about to announce a deal, reports Channel Seven rugby league reporter Josh Massoud.
“Looks like rugby’s Curtis Rona is coming back to league – a done deal with @WestsTigers,” tweeted Massoud.
— 7th Tackle (@7th_Tackle) June 10, 2017
The 25-year-old Kiwi winger had a fairly successful stint with the Bulldogs, scoring 35 tries in 50 games.
He left the NRL last year to take up an offer to play Super Rugby for the Western Force.
The Wests Tigers have already snared Canterbury five-eighth Josh Reynolds, Dragons forward Russell Packer, Warriors prop Ben Matulino and Gold Coast second-rower Chris McQueen for 2018, along with the mid-season purchase of Tuimoala Loloheafrom the Warriors.
– Additional reporting AAP