Benji Marshall’s agent says the half-back is willing to listen to offers from the Super League ahead of next season.
The New Zealand international will leave Wests Tigers after this weekend’s NRL clash with Parramatta Eels and according to his agent Matt Desira, the 35-year-old is intent on playing on.
Desira claims there is interest from a number of NRL clubs ahead of 2021, but Marshall is also willing to consider a move overseas and to the Super League in order to prolong his career.
"At the moment we are in talks but there is nothing in concrete. I couldn’t tell you he is going here or there," he told NRL.com
"Fox Sports have made him a decent offer but we just have to sit and wait.
"We are giving it until the Grand Final to make a decision but Benji does want to go around again and deserves to finish how he wants to. I definitely think he will play on."
He added: "Benji would definitely look at overseas for sure."
Marshall has spent most of his career with the Tigers, making 256 for the club over two spells, with stints at St George Illawarra Dragons and Brisbane Broncos coming in between.
The half-back won the Golden Boot award in 2010, the Dally M five-eighth of the year award in 2011 and throughout his career he has earned 31 caps for the Kiwis.