Tony Gigot is in talks to return to Super League with Wakefield Trinity.
League Express understands the Frenchman has been in discussions with the club about a short-term deal until the end of the season.
Gigot has been without a club since his trial with Toronto came to an end but he told League Express several months ago he was keen on returning to Super League with a club in the near future.
That opportunity may be provided by Trinity, who are after a creative player to bolster their squad with Danny Brough’s season potentially over due to a hip injury.
Brough, who will join Bradford next year, is due to have surgery, which could see him miss the entire season.
Gigot’s ability to play in a variety of positions, including fullback, stand-off and centre, would give coach Chris Chester more options to shake-up his team during what is bound to be a hectic period.
A Lance Todd Trophy winner in 2018, the 29-year-old left Catalans at the end of the season and trialled for rugby union in Italy.
Trinity have also handed Adam Walker a trial with the club.
League Express understands the Scotland international will be given a chance to impress during a four-week trial with Trinity.
Walker is currently a free agent after leaving Salford by mutual consent earlier this year, but is keen to return to the sport.
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