The Broncos are attempting to sell off Kiwi international back-rower Alex Glenn to a rival club or England - before June 30.
At least two clubs have shown interest in Glenn, who is one of the Broncos’ longest serving players with 11 seasons under his belt.
Glenn scored a hat-trick during the trials and has featured in both the Broncos’ games this season but the club believes they have more dynamic young forwards coming through the ranks.
Brisbane have some of the game’s most exciting big men in Joe Ofahengaue, Matt Lodge, Tevita Pangai Jnr, David Fifita and Thomas Flegler. They believe Glenn, aged 30, would be better suited elsewhere and have put out the word to rival clubs that he is available.