Toulon owner wants DNA test after releasing All Black suddenly
Struggling All Blacks wing Julian Savea has been told he is free to go and not welcome at glamour club Toulon any more.
“I’m going to ask for a DNA test. They must have swapped him on the plane (when he joined from Hurricanes). If I were him I would apologise and go back to my home country,” Outspoken Toulon boss Mourad Boudjellal said.
“When we reach this level of play, we must apologise and leave.
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“I told him he was released and he was no longer welcome at Toulon. He has got a year left on his contract. He can do what he wants.
“A year can be long for the club but especially for the player … for me he is released.
“His identical twin brother looks very similar to him … we will have at least learnt that certain physical similarities are very striking.
“Sometimes, some players come for the wrong reasons …”