NRL to investigate Manly salary cap allegations


The NRL Integrity Unit will investigate allegations raised today relating to the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles.

Manly told the publication they are not aware of any allegations of salary cap breaching.

However, it has been reported New South Wales Police and the NRL have uncovered fresh allegations a number of NRL clubs making secret payments to players.

A Fairfax Media report suggested on Wednesday that Manly were one of a number of clubs under investigation for alleged top-up payments, with claims at least one unnamed former Sea Eagle was connected to cash payments made in a auto park.

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A spokesman stressed that, at this stage, the NRL is not in possession of evidence of any violations which would warrant any disciplinary action.

'Quite the contrary we recently had our 2017 mid-year salary cap audit completed by the NRL in record time and without adjustment'.

NSW Police said their investigations were being assisted by the state's Crime Commission.

It's also believed all people investigated over those initial claims last season will be cleared.