Toulon have reported that they have signed All Blacks and Blues wing Rudi Wulf on a two-year deal.
Wulf mentioned that he wanted to fight for a spot back into the All Blacks squad, however after being left out of the team for the June Test Series, the four-Test wing has decided to accept a lucrative deal from the Toulon.
It is believed that Joe Rokocoko was Toulon’s first choice but after he was selected in the All Blacks squad, the opportunity was passed on to Blues team-mate Wulf.
The last time Wulf played for the All Blacks was in 2008. He was selected in the squad last year, but had to withdraw because of injury. Wulf will play for North Harbour in the New Zealand Cup before moving to France after the competition.