Canterbury centre Josh Morris will join the Cronulla Sharks at the end of this year.
The 31-year old becomes the latest big-name signing to be forced out of Belmore due to the salary cap, securing his future with a two-year deal.
Morris has been a figure at Belmore since his arrival as a 21-year old just short of a decade ago, epitomising the family values at the club with his brother Brett joining in 2015.
Morris brings a wealth of experience to the Cronulla back-line, having represented NSW on fourteen occasions, two-grand final appearances, with over 100 tries to his name.
Shane Flanagan capitalised on Canterbury’s salary cap woes, to strengthen his depleted back-line which sees the departure of Edrick Lee, Jesse Ramien and Ricky Leutele.
The Sharks are also expected to announce the extension of talented winger Sione Katoa and Jason Bukuya.