Great Britain winger Stuart Reardon looks poised for a move to Warrington after turning down an offer to stay with Super League rivals Bradford.
Reardon will link up with GB team-mate Martin Gleeson at the Wolves
Reardon made his Lions debut last year and has scored 38 tries for the Bulls.
Bradford chairman Chris Caisley said he understood the 23-year-old's decision to quit the Odsal club.
"We have been aware for some time that another club has made him an offer which neither Stuart nor his agent felt he could turn down," said Caisley.
Bradford are also losing utility back Leon Pryce, who is set to join St Helens, while skipper Jamie Peacock is rumoured to be joining Leeds when his contract runs out in November.
The Bulls have thought to have lined up winger Marcus Bai and centre or second rower Chris McKenna as possible replacements after both announced they would be leaving the Rhinos.
Caisley added: "We are continuing our recruitment for the future and we shall be making positive announcements well before the start of next season."