Henry Arundell is rumored to be contemplating a surprising shift to rugby league, catching the attention of numerous NRL clubs in Australia and New Zealand.
Despite scoring a hat-trick in his debut for Racing 92, the young sensation is currently on a short-term contract with the club.
Reports from down under suggest that the rising star might make a switch to a different code as soon as the upcoming season.
It is reported that multiple NRL clubs in the southern hemisphere have expressed interest in the 21-year-old, who not only showcased his talent with a hat-trick on his Racing 92 debut but also replicated the feat in his Rugby World Cup debut against Chile this Autumn.
Nigel Owens ranks the five best stadiums for atmosphere
From the southern hemisphere’s rugby strongholds to the cauldrons of European rugby, Nigel Owens’ journey through these stadiums unveils the diverse tapestry of emotions woven into the fabric of the sport.
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#5. Stade de France, Paris
Nigel Owens recalls the electric ambiance within Stade de France, acknowledging its incredible atmosphere. While the stadium may lack the bustling surroundings of Cardiff, its grandeur and fervent crowd make it a memorable stage for rugby battles, showcasing the vibrant spirit of Parisian rugby enthusiasts.
Owens wrote: “When you’re inside the Stade de France it’s an incredible stadium. The atmosphere is up there with the best and I absolutely loved refereeing there but the actual location of the stadium is not the best, there isn’t a lot going on around it, it’s the total opposite to Cardiff in many ways.”