Semi has shift to Broncos on cards
Fijian wrecking ball Semi Radradra could be on the end of Brisbane's backline next season should salary cap cheats Parramatta be forced to unload any more of its star players in 2017 and beyond.
Brisbane could be in the market for a high-quality outside back next season with rumours it might lose young winger Lachlan Maranta to the rival Reds and possibly classy utility back Jordan Kahu, reported to be considering a return to New Zealand for family reasons.
Radradra is contracted to Parramatta until 2018.
But given the club's precarious position both financially and under the NRL's salary cap, it may still have to offload players next season and Radradra could be one of them.
The club recently pensioned off former representative star Anthony Watmough and released a few other players, including popular hooker Nathan Peats, just to continue playing for premiership points this season.
Radradra has revealed a burning desire to be the best Fijian-born player to play in the NRL.
If he was forced off Parramatta's books, a shift to tropical Queensland under master coach Wayne Bennett would be the ideal move to achieve such a lofty personal goal.
Radradra flagged a move to rugby when the Parramatta salary cap scandal first blew up, so he is not averse to moving on if the opportunity fits.
The exceptionally powerful 23-year-old has found his way to the tryline 57 times in 61 games for the Eels, an incredible strike rate which stamps him as one of rugby league's most potent players with the ball in hand.