We are delighted to announce King Vuniyayawa has signed a new two-year deal at Salford Red Devils.
The 28-year-old Fijian joins Shane Wright as the second forward to commit their long-term future to the club, penning terms until the end of 2025.
King joined the club from Leeds Rhinos in 2022 and has been an ever-present in Paul Rowley’s forward pack.
Before moving to England, the 28-year-old also made five appearances for NRL side, New Zealand Warriors and has represented Fiji at the recent Rugby League World Cup.
Twenty two appearances and two tries later, the metre-eater has signed a new deal and will want to play a major role in any success going forward.
In reaction to extending his stay, Vuniyayawa has said: “I am really excited to extend my stay here at Salford and looking forward to what we can build at this club in the future!”
Head Coach, Paul Rowley, has added: “It is great to retain the services of King and we look forward to helping him reach his potential in Salford colours.
“Retaining players like King is a good start to us building a competitive squad for next year and beyond!”
Director of Rugby and Operations, Ian Blease has also said: “It is great news we have been able to extend King’s contract until 2025.
“Ever since his debut, we have seen him develop immensely under the current coaching staff and I know he is well-respected by his teammates, and all the staff.
“I look forward to seeing the next step in his journey and I am delighted that will be in a Red Devils shirt!”
Everyone at Salford Red Devils would like to congratulate King on his new deal!