The Roosting Pilots have been given until Tuesday to finalise the deal for the club’s newest star, and with the trade deadline coming up in two weeks, the Rooster hierarchy will be looking to make a big splash.

The Rooster’s have a deal in place for the 30-year-old’s future and with Josh Dugan leaving the club, the two halves will have to decide if they want to keep the man they brought in.

Dugan is expected to be leaving the Rooster and the club has already agreed a deal with the Warriors for the pair of their halves.

Dugal is set to be a free agent at the end of the season, but it is understood that the Roos will make an announcement as soon as possible about their intentions for the two-time NRL premiership player.

The Warriors have been in talks with Dugal’s representatives about a new deal, and are hoping to get him a new contract before the end, but the Roop are keen to get the deal done before Dugal leaves.

Duggan has enjoyed a fantastic career at the Roo’s, playing in the NRL for nine years and making an impact at both fullback and halfback.

He was an Origin player in his first season, and was named in the All Blacks’ squad for the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

He also played for Queensland in the 2019 World Cup, and played in the Gold Coast Super League in the same year.

Dugaman said he was thrilled to be joining the Roomba family.

“It’s been a long journey and a long road at times but I’m really excited to be playing in this jersey again,” he said.

Duggan said he had enjoyed playing with Roosts teammate Shaun Johnson, but had no plans to retire. “

The support from the Roomer family has been fantastic and it’s been great to have them as a club.”

Duggan said he had enjoyed playing with Roosts teammate Shaun Johnson, but had no plans to retire.

“Shaun and I have been friends since I was 16 and we’ve played at the same level,” Duggan told foxsports.com.au.

It’s not like I want to go and retire or anything like that. “

We’ve both been playing well, but that’s about it.”

It’s not like I want to go and retire or anything like that.

I’m looking forward to getting back out there and playing.

“But I know there are people around the club who are keen for me to come back and be a part of this club and I’m going to enjoy that.”

Dugan has enjoyed his time in Canberra, with the Roasters playing a pivotal role in the club winning the 2016 NRL premierships.

He has played in 13 NRL games, including seven finals series, and has also played in six Tests, including two in the 2018 Ashes series.

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