THE Bulldogs are continuing their hunt for a halfback, with Aidan Sezer now in the sights of the Belmore-based club. The Sunday Telegraph can reveal the Bulldogs are considering making the Canterbury junior an offer to return home as they look for a long-term partner for big-money recruit Kieran Foran. Despite being close to securing Knights young gun Jack Cogger on a two-year deal beginning in 2019, Sezer has been put on the club’s shopping list with several at the Bulldogs keen to see the East Hills junior back in the kennel. Sezer left the Bulldogs to get his NRL start with the Titans before switching to the Raiders to learn his playmaking craft under Ricky Stuart. The No. 7 has not reached his full potential during his stint at the “Green Machine” and his contract with Canberra finished at the end of the year. The Bulldogs were attempting to snare Cogger from the Knights in an immediate deal but Newcastle are refusing to release the young halfback from the final year of his deal. It is understood Foran will make a full-time switch to No. 7 this season with Matt Frawley the early frontrunner to partner the former Warrior in the halves. Moses Mbye has all but secured the No. 1 jersey following an impressive pre-break training campaign, while William Hopoate with play in the centres. The Bulldogs return to full-time training on Monday and will face a gruelling two-week schedule being shipped to the Central Coast on a “family’’ camp. Continuing their efforts to rebuild the “family’’ club culture, the Bulldogs have invited players’ partners and children to the pre-season camp, to be held at Terrigal.