What’s Inside League Express: 31st July edition

Hull and Wigan can book their trips to Wembley for the Challenge Cup final next month – and as well as all the reaction to that, this week’s League Express has all the biggest stories from the world of rugby league.

Here’s what we’ve got inside another packed out, bumper issue this week..

  • He won’t like us for doing so, but we’ll exclusively reveal Nigel Wood’s latest salary as head of the RFL – which includes a pretty significant pay rise for the main man, as well as all the financial details from Red Hall.
  • Hull and Wigan are taking a game to Australia – but Super League boss Roger Draper tells us what other destinations could be on the horizon for an on-the-road game in a fascinating read..
  • ..while Draper also gives us a hint towards what the league structure – and World Club Series – could look like next year.
  • Monday is a huge day for Wakefield Trinity – and we’ve all the latest from the club’s owner Michael Carter on their fight for a new stadium.
  • Speaking of Wakefield, we’ve transfer news to bring you too – including one in and one out with immediate effect at Belle Vue..
  • The high-profile legal dispute between 47 former employees of Bradford prior to their liquidation and the RFL began last week – we’ve all the latest on what’s next for that dispute…
  • Steve McNamara is already beginning to shuffle his deck at Catalans – we’ll tell you which two players will be leaving the Dragons at the end of the season.
  • More good news for Huddersfield; we’ll tell you which two star players have been offered long-term deals at the Giants.
  • Alex Walmsley addresses THOSE rumours linking him with a move to Super League leaders Castleford.
  • There’s all the latest on the off-field troubles concerning Swinton Lions following another troubling week.
  • We’ve reaction from all four Challenge Cup semi-finalists – including a revealing interview with Albert Kelly on exorcising the demons of his Wembley experiences two years ago.

There’s all that plus the reports and reaction from all the games this weekend, all the usual hard-hitting columns and many more. At just £1.50 it remains the best read in rugby league – plus if you click here, you can have it delivered to your smart device on Sunday night right here. Why wait until Monday..