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I don’t want another NRL rebuild: Norman

Parramatta five-eighth Corey Norman has been linked with a move to the Gold Coast.Parramatta five-eighth Corey Norman admits coach Brad Arthur has given his blessing over a potential release from the final year of his contract to pursue opportunities elsewhere.
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But it won’t be at another rebuilding NRL club.

Norman is widely believed to have been shopped around by the Eels following a horror season, where the club have lost 11 of 15 games to sit outright last on the table.

A move at the end of the season now appears inevitable following a recent discussion with Arthur.

“It doesn’t need to be said what we’ve spoken about. We’re fine. We’ve still got a very good relationship,” Norman said on Sky Sports’ Big Sports Breakfast on Tuesday.

“He said, ‘Look after Corey Norman’. So there you go. We’ve had a discussion and he said, ‘Do what’s best for you’.”

Norman’s comments come after revelations this week he recently met with Gold Coast coach Garth Brennan about going back to his home state.

Whether a deal can be struck remains to be seen, with Norman insisting that playing finals football would be a major factor in his decision to sign.

“I feel like when I come to Parramatta, it was a rebuilding club, (and) I wouldn’t want to go to another rebuilding club,” Norman said.

“I’m 28 next year. That’s pretty old in football terms.

“I definitely wouldn’t go to a rebuilding club. But a club that’s stable, is going to have good seasons, and play in the finals.”

A move to the Titans would pair him with Ashley Taylor in the halves, possibly forcing youngster AJ Brimson to fullback.

Coincidentally, Norman has a chance to put on a show in front of his potential future club when the Eels host the Titans on Saturday.

“I’ll go about my business as usual, play my part for the team and try and get the boys over the line. It doesn’t matter if it’s the Titans or whoever it is,” he said.

“I’m going to go into the game the same.”

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