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Dragons centre Euan Aitken.

The Warriors have confirmed the signing of Dragons centre Euan Aitken on a three-year deal.

The hard-running 25-year-old, who has scored 38 tries in 117 NRL appearances for St George Illawarra and represented Scotland at international level, joins the Warriors after the club confirmed the signing of Eels prop Kane Evans last week.

Aitken leads all NRL centres for run metres and post-contact metres this season, and ranks second behind the Roosters' Joseph Manu for tackle breaks.

"We are really excited to have a player of Euan's capabilities joining us," Warriors recruitment manager Peter O'Sullivan said.

"He can play either side of the field and is in stellar form at the moment.

"Euan was a State of Origin squad player two years ago and he's back in that form at the moment. I can see his game going from strength to strength as he hits his prime age and experience levels.

"His ability to break the line with power and speed are what he'll bring to us and he's a robust player with big upside."

The Warriors have confirmed Nathan Brown will coach the club from 2021.

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