Fijian superstar Leone Nakarawa, one of the best locks in the world, is facing the sack as he has yet to return to his club, Racing 92.
He had a fortnight of vacation after the last match of his sides 2019 Rugby World Cup campaign against Wales.
After the time allotted to him had passed, he didn’t show himself at the Racing training ground, reveals the Midi Olympique.
Reports that Fiji lock Leone Nakarawa could be fired from Racing92 for spending longer than his agreed 2 weeks off with family in Fiji. https://t.co/7f0v5qaMcU— PacificRugbyWelfare (@pacificwelfare) November 4, 2019
The 31-year-old, who is the clubs second-highest-paid player behind Finn Russell, has not been in contact with the club to give a reason for his absence.
So annoyed are Racing that they are said to be considering opening a disciplinary procedure against Nakarawa that could range from a warning to a sanction or to something more serious.