WALES AND LIONS STAR RHYS WEBB DROP HUGE HINT OVER FUTURE FOLLOWING TOP 14 RUMOURS

Speculation over the future of Wales and British and Irish Lions scrum-half Rhys Webb has been growing following rumours of interest coming from France’s Top 14. European giants Toulon, along with the reigning Champions Cup winners Saracens, has been linked to the Wales international in recent weeks and with his dual WRU/Ospreys contract set to expire at …

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