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Payne Hess’s camp rocked the Broncos last Wednesday night when he requested an immediate release, but Superstar Prop has promised to see the rest of his contract.

Haas was reportedly set to sign a সাথে 800,000-a-year deal with the Broncos by the end of 2024, but it was understood that 22-year-old management was pressuring him to hit $ 1 million and beyond.

Hass arrived at the New South Wales State of Origin camp on Sunday night and in an interview with 9News pushed the negotiations away, saying the negotiations were in the hands of his management.

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9 News Rugby League reporter Ben Dobbins reports that Hasse’s management and the Broncos have reached a ceasefire.

“Great news – Payne Haas management met with the Broncos yesterday, and this afternoon informed the club that they will be in the Broncos until the end of 2024 and will honor his contract,” Dobbins said Tuesday night.

“I’ve just spoken to coach Kevin Walters who said he’s on the moon with this decision, and Payne Haas is more than happy to be there.”

The Broncos said in a statement that they were “committed to working with Payne and his agents to help map out the next phase of his career.”

Brisbane chief executive Dave Donaghi backed the front line despite the drama of the deal.

“Everyone at our club treats Payne with the utmost respect and we think it’s very important to have these confidential conversations at a time of year when there is no confusion,” Donaghi said.

“Payne has been a big part of our club for many years and we look forward to welcoming him when his state responsibilities are over.”

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Haas reiterated his commitment to the Broncos.

“I have underestimated the public interest in my contractual situation so I want to hold those talks and focus on where it needs to be,” Haas said.

Haas keeps an eye on Origin in the drama of the agreement

“I want fans to know that whenever they pull the Broncos jersey they get nothing but my best.”

In the first match of Laughter since the release request, Broncos fans have made their feelings clear, drowning him in kisses whenever he touched the ball last Friday night.

Haas was also haunted when he returned from the bench in the 51st minute of the Titans clash at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium, the icy reception that “upset” him before admitting in a post-game Nine interview.

Haas will line up for the NSW at the Origin Opener next Wednesday night at the Sydney Stadium in Australia.

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