JON Wilkin will go away St Helens on the finish of the season after 16 years on the membership.
The back-rower, a former captain, admits he might head elsewhere and ‘choices’ are on the desk.
The 34-year-old informed his Whippets and Flat Caps podcast: “I received’t be enjoying for Saints subsequent season.
“It’s been 16 years of my life. I might’ve left 4 or 5 instances and earned more cash for positive however I didn’t as a result of I genuinely believed in what we have been doing and I needed to be a part of it.”
In the meantime, Albert Kelly has been dominated out for the remainder of Hull FC’s season after struggling three concussions this season.
The Australian half-back is a key a part of coach Lee Radford’s plans.
However after receiving one other blow to his head, Kelly will now sit out the Black and Whites’ total Tremendous 8s marketing campaign.
Radford mentioned: “It’s not value risking him now and I don’t assume you get the inexperienced gentle any extra.
“There’s an unbelievable quantity of scrutiny with reference to head knocks now.
“He’s nonetheless having dizzy spells in order that’s the state of affairs with Albert sitting out. We’re simply making an attempt to get him proper for 2019 now.”
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