WARRINGTON Wolves are being strongly linked with a move for Wakefield Trinity prop David Fifita.

Rumours are intensifying that head coach Steve Price has identified the 29-year-old as the man to bring extra size and aggression to the Wire pack for next season.

At 6ft 4in tall and weighing almost 19 stone, Fifita would certainly be a powerful addition to Warrington's forward line.

Fifita, who has represented Tonga internationally, is under contract with Trinity until the end of next season, so a fee would likely be required to secure his services.

The prop forward joined Wakefield midway through the 2016 season having previously played in the NRL for Cronulla Sharks, where he worked with Price during the Wire boss's spell as assistant coach.

If the move is confirmed, Fifita would become Wolves’ fourth signing for 2019 having already secured South Sydney Rabbitohs loose forward Jason Clark, London Broncos second rower Matt Davis and Canberra Raiders half-back Blake Austin.

Reports have also speculated that George King may be heading the other way to join Chris Chester’s side next season.

King, older brother of Wire teammate Toby, has made 12 appearances in primrose and blue this year but is off-contract at the end of 2018.

Another player who could well be on the move in the near future is Dom Crosby, with reports claiming he is close to finalising a loan move to Leeds Rhinos.

The Rhinos are light up front with the likes of Nathaniel Peteru, Anthony Mullally and Brett Delaney out injured and are believed to have targeted Crosby as a short-term solution.

Crosby joined The Wire from Wigan prior to last season but has seen his time at the club blighted by injuries and personal issues.

He has played 10 times this season and his contract with the club is due to expire in November.