Wallabies Duo Set To Join All Blacks Trio In Cash Rich Europe
Lock Rory Arnold and centre Tevita Kuridrani are the latest names to be linked with a moves to Europe.
The Wallabies and Brumbies duo are reportedly being chased by Toulon and Bordeaux respectively as the exile to Europe continues for the southern hemisphere nations. Australia coach Michael Cheika fears more players will be lost to cashed-up European club sides in the coming months.
The pair are set to be joined in Europe by All Blacks stars Israel Dagg, Ben Smith and Aaron Cruden. The trio are all off contract with New Zealand Rugby next year and are being chased by a number of European clubs.
Dagg has been linked with Irish province Leinster in recent weeks but is expected to move to France with either Toulon or Bordeaux. Cruden is expected to finalise a deal with Montpellier in the coming weeks, linking up with fellow New Zealander, Vern Cotter.
Smith’s signature is reportedly being chased by a number of big spending English and French clubs as they look lure arguably the best fullback in world rugby to European shores.