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Mitchell Moses has reportedly made a decision on his NRL playing future.

The 28-year-old Eels star and halfback is set to sign a long-term deal worth a reported $1.25 million per season and reject a four-year, $5.2m offer from the Wests Tigers, his former club.

Knights winger Dominic Young has also reportedly informed his current team that he will move to the Bondi shores with the Roosters next season, while veteran winger Josh Mansour is fighting to stay in the NRL by linking up with a New South Wales Cup side.

NRL journalist Phil Rothfield expects Moses and Roosters prodigy Joseph Suaalii to announce their playing futures this week.

The Eels and Tigers are the two clubs vying for Moses’ signature, with neither offering an option for 2024.

The former Tigers man must decide between his former club and the one he lead to a grand final last season, with Wests offering him a more lucrative deal.

Suaalii’s future is also up in the air, with the tricolours struggling to find salary cap space to re-sign the 19-year-old and the possibility of rugby union vying for his signature with the news of Eddie Jones becoming the new Wallabies head coach.

The leagues reports have suggested a new deal for Suaalii that increases by $100,000 each season over four years, instead of a deal with options.

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