Fergus McFadden has decided to leave at the age of 33, but is ready to finish the current season.
The extreme quarter-back spent his entire career at Leinster, making his debut in 2007. At club level, the McFadden five times won ABOUT-14 (2008, 2013, 2014, 2018, 2019), four Champions trophy (2009, 2011, 2012, 2018) and the Challenge Cup (2013).
The assets of the Fergus 34 games and 10 attempts for the national team of Ireland, which he made at the world Cup in 2011, and twice won the Six Nations tournament (2014 and 2018).
“They say the best time to leave a party is when you’re still enjoying what’s happening. So now is the right time. It is difficult to describe in words what it means to spend such a long career playing for a team that I have supported since childhood and my native national team. It was a dream come true. Thank you to all the players, coaches, managers, fans and staff of Leinster and the Irish national team. I have formed friendships with many of them, and I will cherish these memories for the rest of my life.
What the player will do next is not reported.
Montpellier are ready to make du Toi the richest Rugby player on the planet
The French club offered the South African forward a three-year contract that will earn the player 3.6 million euros.
According to the South African publication “Rapport”, the salary of Peter-Steph du Toi in the TOP 14 will be 100,000 euros per month. And this is against the backdrop of the global crisis and wage cuts.
Recall that it is in” Montpellier ” that one of the two highest – paid Rugby players on the planet-Handre Pollard, with a salary of almost 1.2 million euros a year.
Montpellier denied interest in du Toi
The French club released an official statement.
“RC Montpellier firmly denies “information” published in the South African media, which States that the club made an offer to Peter-Steph du Toi. The club does not negotiate with this player. This misinformation is aimed at harming our team. The only priority goal is to protect the structure of the Republic of Kazakhstan “Montpelier” and return to functioning in favorable sanitary conditions in accordance with the directives and regulations of state bodies,” the press release reads.
Thus, Handre Pollard and Charles Piutau will remain the highest paid Rugby players on the planet.