CHRIS THORMAN is being linked with a move back to the Giants.
The 23-year-old half-back has played only a handful of games for Parramatta Eels in the Australian NRL.
That has resulted in increased speculation Down Under that Thorman may be about to return to England.
If this were to be the case, then Huddersfield would be one of the frontrunners to secure his signature.
The McAlpine club have made no secret of the fact they would be keen to re-sign Thorman, who was the man-of-the-match for the Giants when they beat Leigh 38-16 in the 2002 NFP Grand Final.
And the Newcastle-born goalkicker has always made it clear he would not rule out a return to Huddersfield.
At this stage, however, nothing from Australia has been confirmed and Thorman remains a player with Parramatta.
But he is also being linked with a return to London Broncos, where he was playing Super League last season.
Hull may also be about to join the race for Thorman.
The east coast club have been chasing New Zealand scrum half Stacey Jones and are believed to be making progress on that front.
But if a potential deal fell through, they may start to look elsewhere to land a quality half-back, with Thorman clearly fitting that particular bill.
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