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NRL 2018: Gareth Widdop, left with St George Illawarra Dragons until 2019



St George Illawarra skipper Gareth Widdop has not been able to put his future into bed, speculating that he will see his NRL contract.

He signed with Widdop Dragons until 2021, but he was forced on Wednesday to seek immediate release for the end of his professional career in the Super League.

Wollongong said he would stay in 2019, asking him to commit himself to his next three seasons.

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Whatever the rest of his account, Widdop said: "I'm here this year. I'm committed to dragons, I've been hired until 2021.

"That's when I'm at the moment, there is nothing else to say, nothing to discuss."

Widdop's mirror is by mirror, Ivan Cleary, answering questions about a return to my penrith this year to release it to the 2016 Panthers.

The 29-year expedition thinks he wants to seek freedom for England.

Halifax-raised Widdop has constantly expressed his desire to play in England, he moved to 16-year-old Australia.

Dragons contracting manager Ian Millward on Wednesday said the Widdop club had discussions in a number of weeks.

But Widdop has not placed a chronicle on his return home. "It was not a little speculation in the media I asked the immediate release was not entirely the case," said Widdop.

Gareth Widdop opens Dragons release rumors

Gareth Widdop opens Dragons release rumors

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"Dragons are committed. I'm here for the pre-season and ready to start the season.

"I have talked about it several times, I would like to return to England for a few moments. From time to time I am not sure."

Widdop said he had not been in deep debate about a possible outbound plan.

He is undergoing a training season and will return the round because his finals campaign was short because of a shoulder injury.

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