Rugby league great Greg Inglis poses in the new Warrington Wolves kit as Australian legend prepares to make his return to the sport in January
- Warrington Wolves new boy Greg Inglis has been pictured in their new kit
- The Australian Test star has come out of retirement to sign a one-year contract
- Inglis, 33, is considered one of greatest rugby league players of the modern era
Warrington Wolves‘ marquee new signing Greg Inglis has been pictured in images of the team’s new kit for the 2021 season.
The Australian Test star can be seen posing in the yellow and blue strip that is to be launched later this week.
Inglis has come out of retirement to sign a one year deal with Warrington and is due in the UK in January.
Warrington Wolves’ marquee new signing Greg Inglis has been pictured in the team’s new kit
Reports surfaced last week claiming Australian sides have been making overtures to Inglis in a bid to tempt him to play in the NRL next season.
However, Warrington coach Steve Price said: ‘I’m not sure whether he’s had interest from over there but he’s a man of honour and a man of his word.’
Inglis, 33, is considered one of greatest rugby league players of the modern era.
He has played 39 Test matches for Australia and won 10 State of Origin series with Queensland, as well as the 2014 NRL title with South Sydney Rabbitohs.
Inglis pictured in action for the Rabbitohs against Melbourne Storm back in September 2018