Having signed a 12-month extension with the Sea Eagles in November, Walker will now head across the Tasman after the 2022 season, committing to the Warriors until the end of 2025.
“He has proven himself among the competition’s best and most consistent players over the last two seasons, a player very much on top of his game,” said Warriors football boss Craig Hodges.
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“He’s a high-quality centre who can also play in the halves, at fullback and fill a role in the middle if required. Dylan’s going to bring so much to our side from next season.”
CEO Cameron George said he’s excited by the addition of the former State of Origin and Test centre to the squad.
“Signing Dylan is a terrific boost for us as we build and improve our roster for next season and beyond,” he said.
“Along with our other major signings for 2023 and on, he will lend experience as well as adding hugely to our depth.”
Walker, who won a premiership with South Sydney in 2014, was used mostly off the bench by Manly last season, and recently conceded that he was looking for a long-term contract after signing a string of one-year agreements.
Walker’s deal makes him the club’s third major signing for 2023, joining Cronulla half Luke Metcalf and Parramatta second rower Marata Niukore.
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