Un centre étranger dit non au Stade-Français Paris

A foreign center says no to Stade-Français Paris

As revealed by RMC Sport on Tuesday, New Zealand international Njani Laumab, who plays three quarters, could leave the capital club this summer.

Tied to Paris until June 2024, the one with 15 picks with the All-Blacks wasn’t convinced at all during his contested first season in the Top 14.

It even disappointed the Parisian staff, as well as the management and supporters.

According to RMC Sport, the club and player may soon decide to end their cooperation.

He can then commit to a Japanese club in exchange for a very lucrative contract.

in the aftermath, RMC Sports He confirms that Stade-Français Paris is still looking for a three-quarter position for next season to replace Waisea Nayacalevu, who will join Toulon.

And for good reason, Toluney’s recruitment of Theo Dachari is not enough to replace the Fijian.

Many avenues are being studied abroad, let’s remember, all Parisian recruits are JIFF so far.

RMC Sport points out that Thomas Lombard had in his sights New Zealand midfielder Danny Twala, who plays under Moana Pasifika’s colors. Capable of developing both in the middle and in the back, the player will not finally join Paris.

The latter decided to continue his career with Moana Pasifika.

As a reminder, Scottish international Hugh Jones also refused to join Paris and sign up for the Glasgow Warriors team.

Stade-Français Paris still hopes to be able to recruit three-quarters of Biarritz Olympique center, Francis Saili. But the latter may decide to return to New Zealand rather than join Paris.

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