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Jarryd Hayne quits Titans NRL

Superstar Jarryd Hayne wants to quit the Gold Coast Titans after a tumultuous 12 months.

The Daily Telegraph can reveal his agent Wayne Beavis has informed the Titans he is now looking for opportunities elsewhere.

It is more to do with personal issues, rather than any animosity towards the Titans or new coach Garth Brennan.

It is believed Hayne wants to return to Sydney be closer to his daughter, Beliviah Ivy.

Hayne is on a AUD$1 million contract on the Gold Coast.

Titans officials have told Beavis that Hayne is expected back at training in January after the World Cup and the Christmas break.

A source told The Daily Telegraph Beavis was now looking at all possibilities in Sydney, where Hayne wants to live.

Beavis was unavailable for comment this morning.

Beavis is in an awkward position as he is no longer an accredited agent and can only act as a consultant to Hayne.

He will need assistance to get Hayne a deal with another club.

It is believed Beavis is exploring all options including rugby union but Hayne’s preference is to be in Sydney

Hayne made his NRL debut in 2007 with Parramatta and won two Dally M medals with the club before leaving to embark on an NFL career at the end of 2014.

After a stint with the San Francisco 49ers and a brief dalliance with rugby sevens, Hayne returned to league with the Titans in late 2016, helping the club to their first finals appearance since 2010.

He made his return to representative football earlier this year, when he played in the centres for NSW.

After missing selection for Australia’s Rugby League World Cup campaign Hayne was called up to play for Fiji.

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