Leinster and Ireland fullback Rob Kearney could be heading to France and is said to be considering offers from two Top 14 clubs.
Kearney was a notable omission from the list of 21 players who have signed up for the 2019-20 season with his current IRFU contract running until the end of World Cup in November.
Kearney has been offered a new deal, but his agent Dave McHugh admitted to The Irish Independent, that contract talks have stalled.
“We had hoped to reach a conclusion by now. The IRFU have made Rob an offer. But if I am honest it is well below where it needs to be.”
Kearney is rumoured to be one of the top earners in the Irish set-up.
Kearney has won four European cups with Leinster, four PRO14 titles as well as four Six Nations with Leinster, two of which being Grand Slams. The 33-year-old has also been on three Lions Tours and was named the European Player of the year in 2012.