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The Saints are also looking to bolster their forwards, with former Sydney star Mark Nicholls also on their list for the 2017 season.
The 26-year-old was heavily linked with a move north of the border this month, with the Magpies holding a view the Blues wanted to get rid of him, however, the club remains happy to let the former Newcastle and Gold Coast product go back to the north coast.
Brett Goode, who played three years under Nicholls last season, is the leading candidate to take Nicholls’ place.
While good eade’s future remains a mystery, Nicholls will still feature in the club’s pre-season camp for the first time after the 2017 season, with the star utility being one of four senior players selected for the game against Brisbane.
There has been talk the club will retain good eade and be prepared to offer him a new contract, while he is also looking to become a marquee signing this year, with his contract expiring at the end of 2016.
The player said that the club was ready to offer him a new deal, despite being one of five NRL clubs who were expected to sign Goode.
“Everyone (at the club) has had an opinion so hopefully I am the only one they know not to do so,” Nicholls said.
“If it becomes official we will talk about the whole situation so I can try and work out what to do. I am still open to discussions with other clubs or try and bring some to them.”
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Nicholls played his first senior game for his current club in the A-League against Hawthorn, the club winning their first ever game there.
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The Magpies have already established themselves as a potential powerhouse to rival Sydney and West Coast while the Swans face a rebuild if they don’t make a move for the likes of Mitchell Moses and Patric