Every Super League side’s quota situation for the 2024 season as two clubs still have space for overseas signing

ALL Super League clubs are allowed seven overseas quota players in their squads during a season.

A number of overseas stars have already departed top flight clubs, with the likes of Shaun Kenny-Dowall retiring at Hull KR, Kenny Edwards retiring at Castleford Tigers, Will Hopoate exiting St Helens and Cade Cust swapping Wigan Warriors for Salford Red Devils.

Going into the 2024 Super League season, most top flight clubs have finalised their recruitment, but there could still be some movement if the list below is anything to go by.

Here is every club’s quota situation going into next year.

Castleford Tigers – 7

Elie El-Zakhem, Liam Horne, Jacob Miller, Sylvester Namo, Nixon Putt, Charbel Tasipale, Albert Vete

Catalans Dragons – 7

Matt Ikuvalu, Manu Ma’u, Jayden Nikorima, Chris Satae, Tariq Sims, Bayley Sironen, Siosiua Taukeiaho

Huddersfield Giants – 7

Adam Clune, Sebastine Ikahihifo, Tui Lolohea, Esan Marsters, Jack Murchie, Kevin Naiqama, Luke Yates

Hull FC – 7

Fa’amanu Brown, Herman Ese’ese, Tex Hoy, Jayden Okunbor, Franklin Pele, Ligi Sao, Carlos Tuimavave

Hull KR – 7

Peta Hiku, Kane Linnett, Tyrone May, Tom Opacic, Matt Parcell, Sauaso Sue, Jai Whitbread

Leeds Rhinos – 7

Brodie Croft, David Fusitu’a, Matt Frawley, Sam Lisone, Rhyse Martin, Lachie Miller, Paul Momirovski

Leigh Leopards – 7

Tom Amone, John Asiata, Edwin Ipape, Ricky Leutele, Matt Moylan, Ben Nakubuwai, Kai O’Donnell

London Broncos – 6

Jarred Bassett, Jack Campagnolo, Rhys Kennedy, Ethan Natoli, Dean Parata, Emmanuel Waine

Salford Red Devils – 7

Cade Cust, Tim Lafai, Nene Macdonald, David Nofoaluma, Sam Stone, King Vuniyayawa, Shane Wright

St Helens – 7

James Bell, Waqa Blake, Konrad Hurrell, Sione Mata’utia, Moses Mbye, Agnatius Paasi, Curtis Sironen

Warrington Wolves – 6

Josh Drinkwater, Matt Dufty, Lachlan Fitzgibbon, Zane Musgrove, Rodrick Tai, Paul Vaughan

Wigan Warriors – 7

Kaide Ellis, Jai Field, Bevan French, Willie Isa, Adam Keighran, Patrick Mago, Abbas Miski

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