According to a report, the key issue in the breakup of the Penn Haas deal with the Broncos is based entirely on the team’s performance, not money.
Haas is at the center of an off-field drama when it was revealed that contract talks between him and the Broncos had broken down, with the 22-year-old’s management emailing the club on Wednesday seeking an immediate release.
Haas has signed a contract with Brisbane until the end of the 2024 season, a deal worth $ 750,000 for 2022, which has risen to $ 800,000 in 2023 and $ 850,000 in 2024.
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According to Danny Weidler of Nine and The Sydney Morning Herald, performance trends are the reason behind the messy stand-off.
Weidler reports that the Broncos star has signed a six-year deal for Prop, but Haas wants to extend his contract for the next season and 24 1 million for 2024 for three years and then bump up to 25 1.2 million for 2025.
According to Weidler, the three-year extension allows Husk to leave the club if the Broncos do not make the final in the first year of the contract, or if they do not reach the top six and top four in two and three years, according to Weidler.
Haas wants premieres and final football more than anything else, which Wadler claims is creating a drama of agreement between the two sides.
Having been absent from the Brisbane Final for the past two seasons, Star Prop’s only taste of the NRL the season after Brisbane’s 58-0 defeat to Paramatman in 2019.
Blues coach Brad Fitler is expected to announce his squad on Sunday night, having been lined up for New South Wales in a game of the Origin series in Sydney on 8 June.
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