This is interesting because the belief was that they would be leaving the company in September.
For what it’s worth, Gallows and Anderson have been quiet on their contract status but people backstage are under the belief that they have signed new deals so don’t expect them to make the jump to All Elite Wrestling.
WWE has been asking wrestlers to sign 5-year deals so if they did indeed sign then they would remain with the company through at least 2024 and likely with a significant raise in pay.
The reason why they were planning on leaving in September is that they haven’t been used much during their WWE run and there was frustration with creative when they were used on TV. That changed this week with Paul Heyman being allowed to push his own ideas. Gallows and Anderson are one of many wrestlers who Heyman is a fan of so you can expect to see more of them on weekly TV.