Benjamin Fall has left Montpellier after six years with the club and is unsure where he will be playing next season.
Full-back Benjamin Fall is the latest player to leave Top 14 side Montpellier.
Fall joined Montpellier from Racing 92 in 2014 and has played 99 games for the club, but he will not reach three figures.
The 31-year-old, capped 14 times by France, joins the likes of Nemani Nadolo in leaving Montpellier.
Fall won the European Challenge Cup in 2016 and was a Top 14 runner-up two years ago during his six-year stay.
He told the club's official website: "I will have a word for each of the people I have come into contact with in this club during these six years which have been exceptional, rich in learning, positive or negative emotions, questioning, sharing, laughter, crying, doubts, advice etc.
"I have never cheated, always given everything for this club. I hope I have demonstrated it."
Fall had no news of where he will be playing next season