NRL club sets sights on All Blacks' star

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The Warriors are considering making an attack to Jordie Barrett aft the All Blacks' prima fullback declared helium would similar a ace astatine rugby league.

In what would beryllium the cleanable 'revenge signing' for the NZRU's acquisition of erstwhile Warriors superstar Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, the Warriors are exploring the possibilities of adding Barrett to their roster.

The determination comes aft the 24-year-old Wellington Hurricanes fullback declared his involvement successful league connected a Kiwi podcast.

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"To beryllium honest, each off-season oregon each clip I'm sitting determination watching a rugby league game, I think, s--t I'd emotion to spell implicit determination and play immoderate league conscionable for a season," Barrett said connected the 'What A Lad' podcast.

"And who knows, I might. It crosses my caput a lot.

"I'm not definite what presumption I'd play, but I'd emotion to spell implicit determination and springiness it a crack, who knows."

The Warriors person expressed an involvement successful signing All Blacks' prima Jordie Barrett. (Getty)

Barrett has played 36 Tests for the All Blacks and is regarded arsenic 1 of the champion ball-runners successful satellite rugby.

The Warriors person a acceptable made replacement for Tuivasa-Sheck successful youngster Reece Walsh but some helium and Barrett are versatile players who could capable respective positions.

Signing Barrett would beryllium a monolithic coup for the Warriors, who unrecorded precise overmuch successful the shadiness of the All Blacks successful New Zealand sport.

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