The Bulldogs have continued to finalise their NRL squad for the 2022 season, with the signing of Storm back-rower, Max King, on a one year deal.
The 24 year-old has been part of the Storm set-up for the past two seasons, playing in 12 matches during that period, after joining the club from the Gold Coast Titans in 2019.
Originally from Maitland, King comes from a strong rugby league family, with his Great-Grandfather - Cec (Rabbitohs), Grandfather - Johnny (St George) and Father - David (Gold Coast Seagulls), all playing the game at the top level.
With 50 NRL appearances now under his belt, Bulldogs Chief Executive, Aaron Warburton, believes that King will be a major acquisition for 2022:
"We have worked really hard in recent months to find the right blend of players to take us to the next level in terms of performance, and we believe that Max will be a tremendous addition for us.
Having come to us from the Melbourne Storm, he will bring the sort of winning mentality that we are looking to create here at Belmore, and I know that he is excited to get a chance to remind everyone of his ability.
With the additions of Tevita Pangai Junior, Paul Vaughan, John Asiata and Josh Cook for next season, we believe that Max can add to the leadership within our forward pack."