Written by John Davidson
Forward Harvey Livett is off-contract at the end of this year and is expected to depart Warrington Wolves.
Everything Rugby League understands Salford Red Devils and Hull KR are interested in signing the 23-year-old.
Livett was loaned from Warrington to the Robins in September on a season-long deal.
The back-rower made five appearances for Hull KR, scoring one try and notching three try assists, this year before the season was shutdown in March.
It is believed that the Robins are keen to land Livett permanently for next year, but face opposition from the Red Devils.
Warrington-born, he was a junior with local club Rylands Sharks and came through the Wolves’ scholarship and academy system.
Livett represented England at youth level and is able to cover second-row, centre and halfback.
He made his Super League debut for the Wolves in 2017 and has played a total of 47 games for the Wire, scoring 17 tries.
From 2017 to 2019 the utility spent time with Rochdale Hornets on dual registration.
In 2018 Livett made his debut for England Knights in their 32-22 loss to Papua New Guinea in Port Moresby.
He is the son of former Workington Town centre Peter Livett who played for the Cumbrian club in the 1990s.