The speedster that shone the Premiership for England U20 and Harlequins, Gabriel Ibitoye has been linked with a move away from Agen.
The 22-year-old has scored two tries for the relegation-threatened TOP14 club that have not won a game all season and currently sit bottom of the log.
According to a report by Midi Olympique, Ibitoye could join fellow TOP14 strugglers Montpellier on loan until the end of the season to compensate for the numerous injuries at the club.
The winger has also been linked with a permanent move away from Agen with TOP14 clubs Toulon and Bayonne interested in his services.
He’s also been linked with a move to Ealing Trailfinders, who are hoping to get a chance in the Premiership if the league is ring-fenced.
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He was, however, raised in west Wales, educated at Llandovery College – and quite audibly has a Welsh accent – and is thought to be eligible for Wales because he spent more than 10 consecutive years living in Wales from the age of four, a period of time which qualifies him under World Rugby regulation 8.