Manu Tuilagi's plans for after the World Cup has taken yet another twist according to a report by French newspaper Midi Olympique.
Tuilagi visited Racing 92's facilities last month and was reportedly offered a lucrative deal to make the switch to Paris.
The Rugby Paper reported on Sunday that Leicester Tigers were preparing for life without their blockbuster centre by contacting Scarlets and Wales centre Jonathan Davies.
However, the French publication has reported that the England international is set to reject the advances of Racing 92, who reportedly offered him a £2.6m three-year deal.
The Midi Olympique report suggests that Tuilagi will sign a new deal at Leicester Tigers and will remain at the club after the World Cup in Japan.