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Out-of-sorts back-rower Ali Lauiti'iti could be wearing a new team cap as soon as today with rugby league clubs in Australia and the U.K. clambering for his signature.
Yesterday, the 2002 Dally M second-rower of the year was offered a release by club side New Zealand Warriors, and there has been no shortage of interest from NRL and ESL clubs, with most saying they had an interest in the potential game-breaker.
Lauiti'iti will meet with his managers Frank Endacott and Peter Brown later today to discuss several offers, with Endacott stating the 24-year-old could be running around again within 2-3 weeks.
Speculation has surfaced that Lauiti'ti and several other players including gun halfback Stacey Jones have had a falling out with coach Daniel Anderson.