Keary considering union switch

Keary considering union switch

Luke Keary is considering a switch to rugby union as his deal with South Sydney runs closer to expiration.

The off-contract Rabbitohs half played fullback for the Australian Schoolboys in the 15-man game before making his NRL debut in 2013, and is now considering a return.

“We will be exploring all avenues, whether it is rugby or rugby league,” Keary’s manager Paul Sutton told News Corp Australia.

“He likes rugby, he likes league. He just needs to see what offers come his direction.”

The 24-year-old has endured a difficult beginning to the year, having clashed with South Sydney owner Russell Crowe during a pre-season trip.

He missed the first game of the season through suspension and had it not been for a jaw injury to Adam Reynolds, may have been overlooked for selection for the club’s second-round match with Newcastle.

He will now have the chance to not only fight for his spot, but impress potential suitors while Reynolds recovers from the injury.

Keary declared last October he would never leave the Bunnies, but he is yet to receive an offer from the club.

* All Offers and Promotions posted in this article excludes NSW residents.
Stay up to date with the latest sports news
Follow our social accounts to get exclusive content and all the latest sporting news!