After several claims and counter claims in regards to Julian Savea's future with Toulon, the 29-year-old New Zealand international has fuelled talk of an All Blacks return after he confirmed according to gooner news that he will be facing the exit door Toulon when his contract expires.
Savea, the scorer of 46 tries in 54 Tests for New Zealand, has publicly announced in a saying that a return in Hurricanes is what he desires most.
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Now in final age of his twenties, (29), and after leaving the Super Rugby franchise for Toulon in 2018, Savea mentioned that he had the thought of a return home but did not rule out a possible move to Japan.
In a post on his social media networking site Instagram, he said:
"First and foremost I just want to get home.
"Obviously the season’s done and I’m coming home soon hopefully, once everything dies down.
"I guess trying to get back into New Zealand rugby maybe or find another contract, that’s a five month, six-month timeline in terms of what can happen because of COVID-19 still going."
According to crazyvegas, the timeline Savea is speaking of would put him out of contention for Super Rugby Aotearoa, the ten-round competition organised by New Zealand Rugby involving its five provincial teams – Crusaders, Chiefs, Highlanders, Hurricanes and Blues.
His former side teammate and fellow compatriot Nehe Milner-Skudder confirmed he would cut short his time on the Cote d'Azur in order to secure a return back to New Zealand.
This 2015 Rugby World Cup winner, just like his countryman, wing Milner-Skudder turned down an offer from the Hurricanes and chose to join the Highlanders just in time for when Super Rugby Aotearoa commences on June 13.
Savea, on the other hand, appears likely to let his current run its course before deciding where his next move is.
"Ideally I would like to be back with the Canes brothers,” he added. “If that doesn’t happen then I’ll see my other options. It could be another franchise, it could be Japan, it could be even maybe the Warriors. I don’t know. We’ll see."