Two more NRL players have been offered to Super League clubs.
North Queensland Cowboys duo John Asiata and Corey Jensen are the latest duo to surface on radars in the Northern Hemisphere.
Tonga international Asiata and 26-year-old Jensen are both off-contract and open to Super League offers.
Asiata, 27, debuted for the Cowboys in 2014 and has made 121 NRL appearances since, playing off the bench when they won the NRL Grand Final in 2015 as well as their World Club Challenge triumph over Leeds in 2016.
Capped twice by Tonga, Asiata featured when they defeated Great Britain at the end of last year.
Capable of playing in the pack, at centre or in the halves, he would be a good pickup for a number of clubs.
Meanwhile, it isn’t the first time Jensen’s name has emerged within Super League circles, with the 26-year-old also being touted around over the last few years.
The prop was a regular during his first two years with the club in 2017 and 2018, but he played just six times last year and has so far been selected just once during the current campaign. He was linked with a move to Wigan last year.
He has made 42 NRL appearances to date.
After a slow start, the overseas market has picked up since the NRL returned to action.