He also called out former Wallaby Israel Folau on Sky News for his controversial comments that all gay people were going to hell.
‘There is still homophobia in sport. It’s a culture that has been created and embedded over decades and I think we’re still at the tail end of that with the work we need to do to put an end to it,’ Dunn said at the time.
‘Rugby is a more accepting sport but most of the negative feedback [is] from football supporters.’
Dunn also attracted media attention for kissing his then-partner after the Sydney Convicts had won their grand final.
A number of newspapers have been mentioning the London Stadium as a potential destination for the forward, who is destined to leave following Chelsea’s agreement to sign Timo Werner from RB Leipzig.
However, it was reported that the Blues would demand £40m for Batshuayi despite his struggles in front of goal for the London club.
With West Ham having looked at the player in the past, it was thought that they may re-enter the race for the 26-year-old. But, the player is no longer on the club’s radar, and even if he were, Chelsea’s new asking price would have ruled out any deal.
The Irons are not in the best financial state due to the impact of the global health crisis, with any transfers likely to be funded by player sales.