Because if they are wanting to get rid of Keary to sign Munster it means that they are going to 'create' enough room in their cap for the Munster signing to happen regardless of whether we take Keary off their hands or not. Hell, they will probably sign Munster without needing to release any of their starting 17 (they'll offload some no-names that nobody has ever heard of and claim that they re-arranged their squad).And if they do, good on them but it shouldn’t be us. Why help out the Roosters get better with no consequence to their cap?
This proposed / speculated Roosters player shift sounds like a long term fix to a short term problem - if there even is a problem. So they're worried about the form and or chemistry of Keary & Walker right now but their solution is a guy who might not even be gettable until 2024!?
Everyone spruiking how proactive the Roosters are in making moves for success, it just looks short sighted to me. I would bet good money that Walker & Keary are going to get a LOT better the longer this season goes.. Cameron Munster is a long way off for any club who wants him and certainly not a quick fix to what is a temporary problem for the Roosters that may not even be a problem in a few weeks