Dragons allow Lomax to fly from nest

Zac Lomax in massive $800,000 NRL announcement after reports over Dragons unrest

LeagueNews.co | Jess Malloy

In a stunning announcement, the Dragons have revealed that star player Zac Lomax has been given the green light to seek greener pastures elsewhere, with a reported $800,000 price tag hanging on his head.

Rumblings of unrest within the club have been circulating, with Lomax allegedly feeling out of place on the wing instead of his preferred center position, under the guidance of Coach Shane Flanagan.

With the Dragons confirming Lomax's desire to depart before the end of his contract in 2024, the club has made it clear that they will not be footing the bill past that year.

CEO Ryan Webb assured that this decision was made mutually to provide both Lomax and the club with a clear path forward, allowing the Dragons to focus on their roster strategies for the upcoming seasons.

While the Dragons are open to the possibility of an early departure for Lomax, they are adamant that a suitable replacement must be part of the deal.

The 24-year-old winger is now free to explore his options with other clubs, with the Eels reportedly leading the charge in the race to secure his signature.

This announcement marks a significant turning point for Lomax and the Dragons, as they navigate the ever-changing landscape of professional rugby league.

As the saga unfolds, one thing is certain - the game of league is full of surprises, twists, and turns, and this chapter in Lomax's career is just another example of the unpredictable nature of sport.

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