Caton-Brown rejects Toronto

Toronto were hoping to turn to former player Mason Caton-Brown to further boost their options in the threequarter line.
But League Express has learned that Caton-Brown has turned down a move to Canada, which would have been on similar loan terms to those of Tony Gigot in the first instance.
The 26-year-old is currently out of the game after leaving Wakefield last season following a short stint back with Trinity.
It was Wakefield who Toronto signed Caton-Brown from in 2018, before the former London player represented Jamaica at the 2019 Hong Kong Sevens.
Any further move for Caton-Brown would be subject to resolving Toronto’s well-publicised issues with the salary cap, but that could hinge on when Chase Stanley returns to this country to begin playing for the club in 2020.
Stanley is currently back home, with Toronto trying to secure a passport for the centre that would enable him to become Non-Federation Trained, which would also alleviate issues with the quota restrictions currently enforced by the RFL.
He is still yet to return, and Toronto have subsequently signed former Catalans fullback Gigot on a short-term trial deal, though the Wolfpack again said last week that Stanley was due to return imminently.
League Express understands that, as things stand, the Wolfpack are not over the salary cap irrespective of the Gigot situation, because Stanley is yet to be registered due to him not playing a game for the club.
However, they will be without prop Brad Singleton for a prolonged period.
Singleton fully ruptured the lateral medial ligament in his knee, according to the club, and is expected to miss four months of action.