‘Looking inevitable’: Benji concedes Reynolds may leave amid Souths contract stand-off

Benji Marshall is resigned to seeing Souths skipper Adam Reynolds leave after he reportedly told the club he will go if they don’t budge on their one year extension offer for 2022.

Benji Marshall is resigned to seeing Souths skipper Adam Reynolds leave after he reportedly told the club he will go if they don’t budge on their one year extension offer for 2022.

The Daily Telegraph reported Reynolds as saying “if you won’t move I will jump,” Yvonne Sampson revealed on Fox League.

Reynolds’ teammate Benji Marshall admitted it looks likely that his captain won’t be at the club next year, which would disappoint him greatly.

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“I don’t want to see him go because the game doesn’t see enough players finish at the club they started at,” Marshall said on Fox League.

“There are players that have earned the right to stay at their club.

“For me I think it is looking inevitable that Adam might have to depart if he really wants a long contract at the club obviously from what has been reported.

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“But I think he deserves the opportunity to stay and I’d love to see them come to some sort of an agreement where he stays and finishes his career at South Sydney because I think he has earned that.”

The 30-year-old starred in the Rabbitohs’ 26-16 Round 3 win over the Roosters and is in good form, but the club is adamant they will only offer players in their 30s one-year deals after being burnt by contracts in the past, most notably with Sam Burgess and Greg Inglis.

Reynolds has scored 34 tries in 208 games for the club since his debut in 2012 winning a premiership in 2014.

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