https://www.foxsports.com.au/nrl/nr...68nlauGY2YF4shxryc1UG5clZvCnUwyFJb1NxHjtU8S2o The Australian Rugby League Commission will reportedly come down hard on the Wests Tigers on Tuesday over bombshell revelations surrounding an undisclosed $400,000 agreement with veteran Robbie Farah. The Sydney Morning Herald reports the Commission will meet on Tuesday where they will have to make a final decision on disciplinary action against the Tigers. It comes as the Commission will also make a decision surrounding disciplinary action against Sharks coach Shane Flanagan after an NRL integrity unit investigation into the club’s salary cap scandal discovered evidence he breached the terms of his suspension for governance failures surrounding the club’s infamous supplements scandal. The integrity unit reportedly discovered evidence that showed Flanagan was in contact with club officials during his suspension in 2014, violating the terms of his suspension. The NRL has the power to deregister Flanagan from any NRL position if they deem the breach to be serious enough. The report claims Cronulla is considering cutting ties with Flanagan should the NRL decide to hand down a suspension for the 2019 season. The investigation into Cronulla’s alleged 2015 salary cap breaches is not expected to be finalised until 2019. The Sharks are reportedly still dragging their feet on Flanagan’s future, despite the premiership-winning mentor coming off contract at the end of 2019. The Sharks mentor is now reportedly considering walking away from the game if the NRL decides to take serious action against him. The Commission’s decision surrounding the Tigers’ breach is much more complicated because of the nature of the reported agreement with Farah for a future four-year ambassadorial position with the club following his expected retirement at the end of 2019. The $400,000 deal was reportedly promised to Farah by Tigers chief executive Justin Pascoe during Farah’s messy exit from the club in 2016. Farah was eventually released by South Sydney to return to the Tigers in June and remains contracted through to the end of next season. There is no suggestion Farah has done anything wrong, and the Tigers reportedly claim the agreement was simply an innocent misunderstanding. Pascoe reportedly claims the club was unaware it had to declare the $400,000 deal because it surrounds Farah’s future at the club as a life member and premiership winner at the joint-venture club. Staggeringly, Farah has not even signed off on the deal — but the club has already accepted it will be hit with a breach notice on Tuesday.