Clint Gutherson has confirmed the sticking level in his drawn-out contract negotiations with the Parramatta Eels.
The captain was a visitor on League Life on Fox League on Wednesday night time and was requested about his contract saga.
Amid curiosity from Manly, Gutherson was earlier this week given an ultimatum by the Eels. Gutherson, although, stays optimistic of getting a deal finished, and divulges why his need to get a contract has taken so lengthy.
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“I wanted it done before the season started and it didn’t turn out that way,” Gutherson mentioned.
“It was extra the size of the deal, it was one thing that I needed — a whole lot of safety — I’m 25 this 12 months, and I simply needed to know the place I’d be taking part in and try to set that up for the subsequent three or 4 years.
“There’s a whole lot of numbers on the market, and individuals are tossing and turning on what it’s.
“However none of it was actually true, that’s why I’ve been so pissed off there’s been so many alternative reviews on what’s and what isn’t.
“As I say I’ve acquired to decide, so I’ll make that later this week.”
Earlier within the day, Gutherson had been requested about information of an extension for Parra coach Brad Arthur and if it will have a significant bearing on his future.
“It’s a good time for the club,” Gutherson mentioned.
“I’ve said from the start, he’s been a massive influence on my career and it’s good to see him get two more years and it will be (a factor).”