It seems Bryan Habana could be on his way to the Aviva Premiership or Guinness Pro 14 after the rugby legend hinted he’s been looking at property in the United Kingdom.
The 2007 IRB Player of the Year, the 34-year-old is regarded as one of the most lethal wingers in the game having taken the Springboks’ all-time try-scoring record during the 2011 World Cup.
Thanks Bryan! 😀👍 https://t.co/G78DavbWKJ
— Arena Search (@arenasearchuk) April 3, 2018
Habana tweeted to Arena Search, a UK property search, acquisition & management agency working with sports people all over the world, to thank them for their help.
With the winger, who is out of contract with Toulon in the summer, turns 35 in June and will likely only sign a one-year deal if he does indeed move to the UK next season.
He said in March that he has made no decision over his future, but with a young family, Habana will be in no rush to make a decision on his future.
One possible destination could be Bath after he visited the city last year. Habana and Bath back-rower Francois Louw have been long-time friends and team-mates with the Springboks.
They also played together for the Stormers before Louw headed to England.