After New Zealand, Laumape intends to wear the colors of Tonga

Towards departure from Laumape

Ngani Laumape and Stade Français Paris, the story will end. The New Zealand international (15 caps) opted to go into exile in the top 14 games on a three-year contract in the context of Gael Fico’s departure to Racing 92. Not necessarily entering into the plans of the All Blacks’ staff. The Palmerston North native had stated that the salary argument made by the club, led by Hans-Peter Wild, was important to the decision. However, after a first season beyond expectations, with only three attempts scored in 22 games played in the Paris jersey, Njani Laumab no longer sets foot on Jean Bowen Stadium. In fact, according to information from specialist Rugbyrama website, the New Zealand international will separate from Stade Français Paris after only one year. After Waisea’s departure from Toulon, another strong element in the backlines of the capital club is leaving.

Laumape is on its way to Japan

A departure seemed inevitable since Hans-Peter Wild’s interview with Medi-Olympic magazine, in which the latter did not deny Njani Laumab’s integration problems. “His family is having a little trouble adjusting to this huge city in Paris, so we recently considered the possibility of releasing the player,” said the Swiss businessman. In reference to the search for “a better option for him, his family and the club,” the Parisian president finally agreed to release his player two years after the expiration of his contract. In order to turn back, Ngani Laumape must take the direction of the Japanese championship, which always attracts more high-ranking players, at the expense of his former team the Hurricanes. Through the voice of her coach Jason Holland, the latter indicated her interest, which should remain a dead letter.

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