Former NRL star Semi Radradra is considering a shock return to the NRL, with his ex-team Parramatta the favourites to land him, according to The Daily Telegraph.
The Fijian flyer left the Eels at the end of the 2017 season to sign a lucrative deal with rugby union powerhouse Toulon.
But the 27-year is now believed to be keen to return to Australia as a number a clubs undoubtedly prepare for a bidding war to sign him.
Radadra scored an impressive 82 NRL tries from 94 games as one of the game's most deadly weapons.
He is reportedly staying in rugby until after the World Cup in September and October and will hopefully strike a deal to return to league afterwards.
Radadra played four Tests for Fiji in the 13-man code and one for Australia.
He would be a welcomed addition to Souths outside Latrelle Mitchell who rumour has it is very not overly happy at the roosters and waiting till Nov 30 to confirm.
will be too fat and slow by then,
TwentOne U must be joking…no way Souths will ever get Mitchell or Radradra…keep dreaming!
Depends roosterstock, he wants to go there providing his manager can secure a reasonable salary, not necessarily the highest on offer.
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