Wales' Grand Slam winning captain has been in the headlines, as his future in the game looks to be taking him out of the Pro14.
With 125 caps, and 9 test appearances for the British and Irish Lions, Alun Wyn Jones has the likes of Bristol and Leicester Tigers on his tail.
It seems that Australian international Will Genia will be ending his Super Rugby career this season, after hinting at his exit on social media.
The location for the Wallaby's future seems to be in the Japanese top league, with the Kintetsu Liners, based in Osaka.
South Africian international back-rower Kwagga Smith has allegedly caught the eye of Scottish Pro 14 side Edinburgh.
The former Blitzbok sevens star has recently finished his club rugby with the Lions, and could be in Scotland in time for pre-season.
Ben Morgan enjoyed a stellar season with the Cherry and Whites, with some superb individual performances, aswell as a prem semi-final try.
But that doesn't seem to have kept the number 8 with Gloucester next season, it's been reported that Top 14 clubs have expressed their interest.