Red Devils bag Caton-Brown
Salford Red Devils have signed London Broncos' Mason Caton-Brown with immediate effect.
The 21-year-old has signed a two-and-a-half-year deal with the ambitious Red Devils, having impressed for the winless Broncos.
Born in Enfield, the centre is a product of London's academy and has scored 11 tries so far this campaign.
Along with Ben Jones-Bishop and Kevin Locke, he is one of three signings made by Salford with 2015 in mind, although, like Locke, he will arrive for the end of this campaign.
"We are delighted to sign Mason," said Salford coach Iestyn Harris.
"His signature shows our commitment to signing the best young British prospects in the game and putting them alongside players of international stature such as Rangi Chase and Kevin Locke.
"We continue to build our squad for 2015 and beyond and we are looking forward to Mason being an important part of that."
Caton-Brown leaves London ahead of their almost inevitable relegation to the Championship.
"I've really enjoyed my time at the Broncos. I have made some great friends at the club and will miss the team and fans," he said.
"I am however really looking forward to this next chapter in my career and am excited to be joining Salford and being part of their ambitions going forward."