Is Andrew Fifita Worth $850,000 Per Season?

Andrew Fifita will become one of the highest-paid rugby league players in the world when he joins the Canterbury Bulldogs in 2015. The deal, which New Limited is reporting to be $850,000 per season over four years, will see him join the Bullodogs, shunning offers from the Cronulla Sharks, South Sydney Rabbitohs and even the Australian Rugby Union.

Fifita is a fantastic signing for the Bulldogs. He is a young forward that has already played for New South Wales at State Of Origin level and for Australia at international level. He has proven to be very resilient, missing very few games through injury or suspension, and he has the ability to play a lot of minute for a player his size.

His loss is a massive blow to the Cronulla Sharks who tabled a very good offer to him, reported to be around $750,000 per season.

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