Where to for Josh Addo-Carr?

08 Feb 20, 8:40PM 0 Comments

Written by Oliver Kellner-Dunk

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Ever since the Melbourne Storm confirmed that New South Wales winger Josh Addo-Carr would be leaving the club at the end of the 2020 NRL season to return to Sydney, many rumours as to where “the Foxx” will end up have arisen.

Today we take a look at the four clubs Addo-Carr been linked with thus far and predict as to why he would want to sign with that club have arisen.


Josh Addo-Carr made his NRL debut for the Wests Tigers in 2016, playing nine games and scoring six tries.

He would then go on to sign with the Melbourne Storm, however when doing so promised the Tigers faithful that he would return one day, could that day come in 2021?


The Bulldogs reportedly have the most salary cap space of any NRL club, meaning they’d be able to offer Addo-Carr more money than any of the other teams fighting for his signature if true.

The club could also use some star power on the edges, meaning the Australian International would be one of if not the star player at the Bulldogs.


“The Foxx” is a Souths junior, playing for the Earlwood Saints when growing up, with the Rabbitohs having a strong Aboriginal culture, something Addo-Carr is very passionate about.

He would also be able to link up with friends Cody Walker and Latrell Mitchell among others.


Josh Addo-Carr was born in in the Penrith area, spending his early childhood in Blacktown and playing for the Doonside Roos.

There are also rumours that the Panthers were not too happy with Josh Mansour’s 2019 and that if he does not improve in 2020, could be making way for “the Foxx.”

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