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Turner had hoped Wallabies star Mat Rogers' early defection this week back to league would ease the new NRL club's position on his future. The tug-of-war started back in June after Turner agreed to play with Gold Coast but then signed a contract to stay with Melbourne for personal reasons.
The NRL finalists won't allow Turner to train with the club until the matter is resolved, leaving the 22-year-old to train by himself. Storm chief executive Brian Waldron says there's no time frame on a resolution but he hopes common-sense will prevail.