NRL superstar Mitchell Moses wants to hit back at Wests Tigers and re-sign with Parramatta Eels
Parramatta superstar Mitchell Moses has reportedly agreed to a lucrative contract extension to stay with the Eels.
According to News Corp and The Sydney Morning Herald, Moses agreed to a new contract worth over $1.2 million a year through the end of 2028.
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The decision ends a months-long contract saga in which the Wests Tigers offered the 28-year-old more money than the Eels.
But Moses, who started his career with the Tigers, is now locked up with the Eels until the end of 2028.
The news is a welcome boost for Parramatta, who are 16th in their first three games without a win.
Two weeks ago, Moses hit back at suggestions that he would hold the eels for ransom.
“These things take time, I left them to my management, they allowed me to focus fully on football,” Moses said.
“I don’t know if (I) am greedy.
“People don’t know the numbers, people are just guessing, the journalists are guessing, the reporters are guessing what the numbers are, they have no idea.
“I left it to my management.”
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https://7news.com.au/sport/rugby-league/nrl-superstar-mitchell-moses-set-to-knock-back-wests-tigers-and-re-sign-with-parramatta-eels-c-10132827 NRL superstar Mitchell Moses wants to hit back at Wests Tigers and re-sign with Parramatta Eels