By Tony Adams
Brilliant Manly halfback Daly Cherry-Evans could be set for a shock move to Brisbane next season.
Cherry-Evans' manager Gavin Orr is considering asking Manly for a release after the Sea Eagles allegedly failed to meet several third-party agreements in the 24-year-old's contract.
The Broncos are desperate to sign a top-notch No7 following Penrith's bid for their current playmaker Peter Wallace. Penrith insiders are confident Wallace will accept a deal to return to Sydney soon, leaving the Broncos desperately short of halfback talent.
Cherry-Evans accepted a lucrative upgrade of his existing deal only last season and is tied to Manly until the end of 2015, but Orr claims the club has failed to come through on more than one third-party agreement, putting his client's future in limbo.
"There are some problems with his deal but I don't want to go into exact details," Orr says.
"Daly is a Brisbane boy and played footy on the Sunshine Coast and (the Broncos) were keen to sign him a couple of years ago.
"There is some interest up there again and I will talk to Manly and talk to Daly and see what we will be doing over the next few days."
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