British and Irish Lions captain Peter O’Mahony is in talks about his future with Munster and Ireland beyond the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
The Irish Times is reporting O’Mahony, whose current contract expires in July, has rejected the IRFU’s offer to retain his services beyond the 2019 World Cup.
The BBC has reported that French and English clubs have been put on alert about his possible availability with us hearing Saracens keen to recruit the flanker.
On his contract talks with the IRFU, O’Mahony told the Irish Times: “It would be nice to get it sorted”.
“We’ll see though.
“I like it around here but they’ve got to come to the table as well.
“I want to play for Munster and Ireland, but it’s got to be fair.”