August 14, 2021
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Dragons show interest in signing Kikau

The Saint George Illawarra Dragons are planning a multimillion dollar bid for Fiji Bati and Penrith Panthers star Viliame Kikau.

The Fijian enforcer will be able to talk to rival clubs from November 1 this year. 

The 26-year-old is contracted until the end of 2022, which means he is able to negotiate for 2023 in less than three month’s time.

Kikau has played 90 games for the Panthers since making his NRL debut back in 2017, and has become one of the most dominant edge forwards in the game.

The Dragons are monitoring Kikau’s future as he edges towards the final year of his contract with Penrith.

Apart from the Dragons, North Queensland are also believed to be closely monitoring his future with the Panthers while French rugby union clubs have also shown keen interest.

By Romeka Romena  

 


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