LOL http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2010/12/18/3096665.htm?section=justin Greg Inglis' move to South Sydney has been thrown into doubt after the NRL released a statement saying all third-party payments made to the player will need to be included in the club's salary cap. Souths will now need to prove to the NRL how it intends to fit the payments under its $4.1 million cap before Inglis' contract can be registered. The NRL said the third-party agreements involving Inglis do not comply with the salary cap rules as they are not independent of the club The statement said the third-party agreements involving Inglis were drafted by South Sydney and were in some cases revised with the sponsor by the club with no involvement from Inglis' manager. The NRL also says the terms of one agreement "were concluded and confirmed between the manager and the club before the player's manager had any communication with the actual sponsor". Inglis left the Storm at the end of last season after the Melbourne club was found to have rorted the salary cap system over five years. The superstar centre made a move to Brisbane but that deal fell through when the Broncos withdrew their offer when Inglis refused to sign by the club's deadline. The Rabbitohs swooped, tabling a three-year $1.8 million deal with $200,000 worth of third-party payments. But that deal now looks unlikely as it seems Inglis was lured to the club through third-party deals, a breach of the salary cap rules. "Given the circumstances under which Greg became available to South Sydney, nobody can have been under any doubt about the importance of ensuring his contract complied with the cap," NRL chief executive David Gallop said in the statement. "The NRL had already required the Broncos to include third party agreements within their calculation of the contract value and was insisting legal fees also be included when those negotiations ceased. "South Sydney had been advised to have all proposed offers reviewed by the NRL before making any commitments. "They chose not to do so and it has taken some time to access all details of the agreements. "It is unfortunate for Greg that he is in the middle of a difficult situation and I assured him this week that these issues do not reflect on him but that they are matters for clubs in assessing the offers that they make. "He is one of the game's most highly valued players and we have assured him of that in no uncertain terms. "That said the cap has to apply fairly to all clubs and one club cannot be allowed to do what others were prevented from doing. "The rules on third party deals are clear. "We have worked with clubs and players by substantially increasing the amount that sponsors can pay players through the $300,000 Marquee Player Allowance in 2011 but without rules on third party agreements there would be no point in having a salary cap system."