All Black legend Dan Carter could be making one final appearance against England at Twickenham if he accepts an offer to represent the Barbarians in four weeks time.
The two-time Rugby World Cup winner won 112 caps for his country and overtook Jonny Wilkinson to become the record point scorer in Test history with 1,598.
The Barbarians according to The Rugby Paper have invited the legend to top the bill for their clash with England on May 28th.
“We very much hope Dan will e able to accept our invitations,” revealed a Barbarian source.
“As with a number of players, acceptance is subject to availability and that depends on what happens in the coming weeks.”
It will depend on how Racing 92 do in their Top 14 play-off push, but with the Parisians currently having a poor season he may be free to grace Twickenham once again.
The availability of Ulster scrum-half Ruan Pienaar also hangs in the balance of how Ulster fare in the Pro12 Play-Offs.
Twickenham will nevertheless definitely be a fitting send-off for former France captain Thierry Dusautoir, whose 80 Tests include 50 as skipper.