MOSES Mbye looks to be headed out the exit door at the Bulldogs, with the star utility reportedly agreeing to a deal to join the Wests Tigers.
Canterbury have been forced to shop around some of their highest profile players due to salary cap pressure and the Tigers look to have capitalised.
According to an Inside Sport report, Mbye’s signing with the Tigers is close to being announced.
It comes at a crucial time in the Tigers’ rebuild with Ivan Cleary’s side emerging from a tough period to be in contention for a finals spot this season.
With Tui Lolohea struggling to put his stamp on the fullback spot, the club has been in the market for a top end No.1 and Mbye fits the bill after an excellent first half of the season following his switch out of the halves.
According to the Inside Sport report the Bulldogs will cover $250,000 of Mbye’s yearly salary, which is set to go above the $800,000 mark next season.