Jarryd Hayne Has A NEW, Very Surprising Dream Job!
If you’ve been following Jarryd Hayne’s journey since giving up his spot at the Parramatta Eels to venture to America in search of an NFL career, you’re certainly not alone.
Hayne definitely made an impact during his time playing for the San Francisco 49ers, and it soon became clear that this guy could pretty much do anything he set his mind to. Since then, he’s kept us all guessing.
The rumour mill has gone into overdrive after Hayne was seen attending Parramatta Eels home games, meeting with bosses from other NRL clubs like the Roosters, and even flirting with the idea of representing Fiji in Rio at the Olympics.
Now, his new dream has been revealed, and it’s something no-one had really considered for Hayne in between the other dreams he was considering.
According to a report on news.com.au, Hayne how has his sights set on Rugby Union, the Waratahs, to be exact.
Hayne was captured by the Daily Telegraph emerging from a secret meeting with Australian rugby boss Bill Pulver at rugby’s St Leonards’ headquarters, just three weeks after first sitting down with the ARU chief executive.
When approached Hayne and manager Wayne Beavis declined to comment but it is understood the ARU and the cross-code superstar discussed Hayne playing for the Waratahs next year in Super Rugby.
The move would mean an incredible partnership between Hayne and former childhood mate, Israel Folau, who also turned to Union in 2012 after a deal with the Eels fell through.
“We have had dialogue with Jarryd and discussed the potential opportunities available to him in Rugby,” Pulver told the Daily Telegraph.