Hayne: who’s interested and who’s not

WHICH NRL CLUBS ARE AND AREN’T INTERESTED IN SIGNING JARRYD HAYNE AFTER HIS SHOCK NFL DEPARTURE:

* Brisbane: Brisbane have had no discussions on making a play for Hayne

* Canberra: Recruitment manager Peter Mulholland said the Raiders were unlikely to have the funds available to sign Hayne

* Canterbury: Hayne hasn’t been discussed as a recruitment target. The Dogs are well served for fullbacks in Brett Morris, Will Hopoate and Sam Perrett

* Cronulla: Continuing to develop Ben Barba and Valentine Holmes are the Sharks’ priorities

* Gold Coast: Titans boss Graham Annesley said they would be “open to discussions” with Hayne if he wanted to return to the NRL

* Manly: Tom Trbojevic is viewed as the heir apparent to Brett Stewart’s fullback crown

* Melbourne: Football director Frank Ponissi said “the only way we could is if we got him on a cheap deal”

* Newcastle: CEO Matt Gidley has indicated the club is interested

* North Queensland: “I have got enough problems keeping my own blokes at the moment rather than getting anyone new,” coach Paul Green said

* Parramatta: No comment

* Penrith: “No, we won’t be pursuing him.” – Phil Gould

* South Sydney: Coach Michael Maguire has indicated Alex Johnson is viewed as a long-term No.1 at Redfern. And Maguire hasn’t ruled out a return to the fullback spot for Greg Inglis

* St George Illawarra: Coach Paul McGregor says the Dragons “would like to be in the mix”

* Sydney Roosters: Hayne has been strongly linked to a move to the Roosters, but CEO John Lee has declined to comment on media speculation

* Warriors: Highly unlikely given they have fullback Roger Tuivasa-Sheck signed on a long-term deal

* Wests Tigers: “We are always interested in talent,” Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe said

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