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Superstar brothers Tom Trbojevic allegedly and Jake Trbojevic agree to record $13 million deal

Manly brothers Jake Trbojevic and Tom Trbojevic have allegedly agreed to a super-deal with Manly after knocking back a record rival offer.

Manly brothers Jake Trbojevic and Tom Trbojevic have reportedly agreed to sign record $13 million, six-year deals to remain at the club.

The NSW State of Origin stars reportedly agreed to terms with Manly on Thursday — on the final day before the November 1 deadline that allows rival clubs to officially sign the star duo.

The Trbojevic brothers had said all the way through their contract negotiations that they wanted to remain at Manly — and proved it when they reportedly knocked back an offer from Canterbury recently to come and inspect the club’s facilities amid rumours of a bumper Bulldogs offer.

Manly rewarded the pair’s loyalty with a blockbuster six-year deal, reportedly worth almost $13 million combined

It comes after The Daily Telegraph first reported the pair had agreed to five-year extensions worth around $10 million.

IMAGE CREDIT: NEWS.COM.AU

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