Munster And Ulster Set To Battle It Out For Top 14 Centre
According to French regional newspaper Le Dauphine, six-foot-five and 105kg centre Chris Farrell has attracted the interest of Ulster and Munster.
Berndard Jackamn has offered the 23 year-old a new deal that would keep him at the club until 2019, but the centre is yet to sign the deal, putting both Les Kiss and Anthony Foley on alert.
The 23-year-old’s current contract ends next year, and Le Dauphine reckon the towering centre could end up moving home to Ulster, or indeed down south to Munster. The newspaper also states that Joe Schmidt is keen to see Farrell return home so he can fight for a place in the Irish squad.
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