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 …”