National Rugby League
star Suliasi Vunivalu is set to change career, joining Reds next year.

The player last year
signed a two-year deal with the Queensland Rugby Union and Rugby Australia that
is due to commence in 2021.

Due to the
Coronavirus pandemic, there is still a level of uncertainty.

This will be a big
loss for Fiji Rugby League since Rugby League World Cup is schedule for next
year.

The Queensland Reds
are confident that Melbourne Storm winger Suliasi Vunivalu will join the Reds
as planned.

24 year old Suliasi
Vunivalu in weeks has been keen in joining the Reds.

Fiji National Rugby
League Head Coach Brandon Costin says that this will be a big loss for Rugby
League but it is also an opportunity for emerging talents.

The winger  have played for the Fiji Bati in the mid
season and post season tests.

Costin adds that FNRL
mission is to enrich the lives of young Fijians through rugby league.

Suliasi Vunivalu will
battle fellow Fijian Filipo Daugunu and others within in the squad for those
wing spots next year.

Costin is confident that Vunivalu will succeed  in his rugby career.

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