Wakefield prop Chris Green appears to be on his way out of the club after being offered out on loan.
League Express understands that other clubs have been made aware of the 30-year-old’s availability.
The former Hull FC forward joined Trinity last August, but has been in and out of the side since his arrival, making just eleven appearances.
Now he could be again on the move for next season.
Green was part of the Trinity squad that suffered a gruesome collapse against Catalans on Sunday, with Chris Chester’s side hammered in Perpignan despite taking an eight-point lead.
Wakefield’s recruitment is largely aimed at securing a halfback, with Canberra and former Trinity playmaker Sam Williams in their sights.
Trinity are understood to have offered the 29-year-old a six-figure package to return to the club to be its leading playmaker.
Since Danny Brough was injured earlier in the season, Wakefield have lacked a halfback to partner captain Jacob Miller, while Brough will heading to Bradford in 2021.
Chester has admitted stand-in halfback Ryan Hampshire is better suited to fullback, while youngster Connor Bailey, although a promising prospect, is still at the start of his career.
Wakefield are considering several targets from both the UK and overseas, but Williams is their top target and a decision could be made as soon as this week.
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