South Sydney half-back Adam Reynolds has revealed that he and the club are “not on the same page” about a contract extension.
Reynolds, 30, is out of contract at the end of the season and is looking to stay at South Sydney, the club where he played his entire freshman career.
But the 2014 prime minister winner, who has played 206 games so far, could be forced to end his career with another club, with the two sides remaining at opposite ends on a future deal.
Reynolds told the Daily Telegraph that he has been offered only one one-year contract so far, which he said was “disappointing” as he seeks to end his career at Redfern with a long contract. term.
“We started the conversations. Look, I love the club and everything they’ve done for me, but, right now, we’re not on the same page with where we’re going and what we’re doing. let’s think, ”he mentioned.
“They said they would like to keep me longer, but they are only launching one year contracts at the moment, which is pretty disappointing if I’m being honest.
“I always feel like I have a lot more time left inside, but whether they see it or not, I don’t know. It’s a conversation I’m going to have to have.”
Since his debut for the club in 2012, Reynolds has scored 33 tries and scored a total of 1,636 points thanks to his incredible ability to kick goals.
The South Sydney veteran also played two games for New South Wales in 2016.
In other news among the Rabbitohs, club re-signed full-back Latrell Mitchell to a two-year contract extension.
Mitchell is now signed with Souths until the end of the 2023 season.
“I’m really happy to stay here at Souths. It has become my home and family,” the 23-year-old said on Monday.