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St Helens look set to allow Cumbrian prop Kyle Amor to leave the club and are reportedly offering him around to other Super League clubs.
The 31-year-old has been a key part of the team in recent years and has made over a century of appearances for the Saints since joining the club ahead of the 2014 season. Amor started his career at his hometown team Whitehaven before signing a full-time contract with Leeds Rhinos in 2010. He was, however, unable to nail down a regular spot for the West Yorkshiremen and moved to neighbours Wakefield, initially on loan before making the move permanent.
It was at Belle Vue that he sufficiently caught the eye to earn a move to the Saints but, despite being a regular for the club, he seems set to depart now. With Alex Walmsley set to return and Joseph Paulo making the move from the NRL, it is believed that Amor may find first team opportunities hard to come by next year.