Alun Wyn Jones will lead his country into the 2023 RugbyWorld Cup after putting pen to paper on a new Ospreys deal.
The Mail claim the 36-year-old second row veteran has agreed a one-year extension to his Ospreys contract.
If so, it means the Wales captain can target theWorld Cup in France, his fifth appearance at the biggest rugby tournament on earth.
The Ospreys hinted during the week they expect Jones to commit to Welsh rugby, despite previous talk of a lucrative move to Japan.
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Sunday’s Rugby Transfer Round-Up.
REPORT: THE Dragons have lined up Wales-qualified Bath centre Max Clark as they continue to tap into the exiles market. FULL STORY
STAYING: Wales captain Alun-Wyn Jones is ready to challenge at a fifth World Cup after signing a one-year contract extension with the Ospreys. FULL STORY
BLOW: Munster have offered Saracens centre Dom Morris a contract for next season and the former Premiership champions look set to see another promising star move away. FULL STORY
RUMOUR: Premiership champions Harlequins have been linked with a move for Lions flanker Vincent Tshituka by The RUgby Paper this morning. FULL STORY