A report by League Initiative outlines that the Broncos‘ decision-makers are willing to uphold the 2024 contract for the seasoned back-row operator.
The predicament arises due to considerable salary cap stress, as a trio of key players including Ezra Mam, Adam Reynolds and Reece Walsh all require contract renewals potentially leaving no space for an extension of Capewell’s deal.
Strikingly, this development comes even as the club reportedly perceives the premiership prodigy as a potential catalyst in their pursuit of the 2024 championship.
Despite this, the former Panther is said to strive for a championship under Kevin Walters in 2024, a year after his team narrowly missed out on the trophy.
Yet, with no security for 2025 being offered, the job certainty from the Warriors‘ offer is enticing, and the prospect of relocating across the Tasman is under serious consideration.
If he does opt for an immediate exit from Red Hill, he could use the available window to adapt to the new environment before the season commences in March