Manly have offered superstar brothers Jake and Tom Trbojevic six-year deals which would all but guarantee they finish their careers with the Sea Eagles.
NRL.com understands the brothers were informed of Manly’s offer - believed to be worth a combined total of around $12.5 million - on Thursday and are expected to agree to the terms in the coming days.
The Trbojevic brothers will remain on the northern beaches until the end of 2026, all but guaranteeing they remain one-club players for the rest of their careers.
NRL.com can reveal Tom, 23, is expected to earn around $1.1 million a season, while Jake, 25, is expected to earn just shy of seven figures per year over the same period.
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At least two other Sydney clubs had expressed interest in their services beyond 2020, however the pair never entertained leaving their junior club.
The Sea Eagles are yet to publicly confirm the deal or make any official statement on their contract negotiations with the brothers.
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