Cameron Munster has taken a playful dig at some of his “horny” Melbourne Storm team-mates by suggesting they would struggle to communicate if a ban on dating apps is imposed.

Players could reportedly be prevented from using platforms such as Tinder and Bumble under new NRL measures due to the coronavirus.

Five-eighth Munster thinks a lack of online interaction could cause a problem for certain younger members of the squad.

“It is interesting mate, we have some horny guys at our club,” Munster told Sunday Night with Matty Johns.

“Cooper Johns, Tui Kamikamica and some other boys in our team.

“It will be interesting to see how those boys go around talking to other people because they don’t really say too much.

“They are always on their phone gen Y. They will have to have some conversations with people now face-to-face. So it will be interesting to see how those guys go.”

Chief executive Todd Greenberg on Sunday stated the NRL will continue unless the government calls for the season to be suspended.