Leigh Leopard’s departure is explained by Zak Hardaker as Hull FC’s 2025 relocation is confirmed.

Leigh Leopard's departure is explained by Zak Hardaker as Hull FC's 2025 relocation is confirmed.

  1. As his move to the MKM Stadium from 2025 is finalized, Zak Hardaker maintains that you should “sit up and listen” to a contract offer from a team “like Hull FC.”


Nearly two months after FC’s interest in the 32-year-old was first made known exclusively by LoveRugbyLeague in May, the player’s signature has now been made public.

Three-time Super League champion Hardaker will sign a two-year contract with the Airlie Birds, marking his sixth separate club appearance in the British league. He has also made eleven appearances in the NRL with the Penrith Panthers.


Along with Leigh captain John Asiata, who is also joining the Black & Whites on a three-year contract, the versatile back will transfer to Hull.


Come 2025, playmaker Jordan Abdull and hooker Amir Bourouh of the Salford Red Devils will also be available to new FC manager John Cartwright.


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