Tyrone Peachey’s future appears to be everything except settled with reports the ex-Titans utility will sign with the Wests Tigers.
Peachey was one of six players that left the Titans toward the finish of their season and has been on the hunt for a new club ever since.
That search appears to have reached a conclusion with The Daily Telegraph giving an account of Monday that the 30-year-old has inked a deal with the joint venture.
In the interim, The Roar is detailing the deal is for two years and is valued at $400,000 per season.
Peachey was connected to the Broncos, but they apparently shied away from his asking cost. It’s perceived the Raiders likewise expressed interest.
The previous New South Wales Origin agent has been the Titans’ Mr. Fix It in the course of the last three seasons, playing fundamentally wherever on the park aside from the front-row.
He played five-eighth for the Titans’ final three games this year, including their qualifying finals loss to the Roosters. In spite of the fact that he great examined the role, Gold Coast picked not to offer him a new deal.