David Fizdale is looking forward to his next chapter with the New Zealand Warriors.
Fizdale played six years for the Warriors, including the 2016 and 2017 Rugby World Cups, but has been linked to a return to Australia.
Fitzgerald is one of the Warriors’ most important players, having captained the side in his six-year stint.
Fitzpatrick’s long-term future is still up in the air.
He is contracted until the end of 2019 and was the Warriors top scorer in the 2017 NRL season.
After a strong showing in his first two seasons in the NRL, FitzPatrick has been pushed into the back of the pack in recent seasons.
Fisher is another player on the Warriors long-list, but he is likely to be released this year.
A former captain of the Brisbane Broncos, Fisher is a highly rated player, and a strong contender to play in 2019.
It is thought Fisher is looking for a new challenge, and will likely end up back in Australia as a free agent.
New Zealand’s 2019 World Cup squadThe Warriors are expected to announce their 2019 squad this week, and while it is expected to include a number of new faces, the biggest surprise is likely be the departure of All Blacks lock Ma’a Nonu.
New Zealand are expected move to a back-to-back-toback system, with all three Tests to be played in New Zealand.
Finn Russell is also likely to return for 2019, although it is believed that he will remain with the Chiefs.
Russell is a well-respected member of the squad, and has played all of his Test career in the country.