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South Africa centre Jan Serfontein will become the latest Springbok to move overseas following news that he has rejected a new dual deal with the Bulls and SA Rugby and is in talks with clubs in England and France.
According to SuperSport, 24-year-old Serfontein has received offers from Toulon, Montpellier and Northampton Saints, and although the Bulls have reportedly made him a "very competitive offer", it is still shy of what he can make in the Aviva Premiership and Top 14.
French big spenders Montpellier would appear to be the player's most likely destination, with the squad already full of South African internationals past and present such as the Du Plessis brothers, Bismarck and Jannie, Pierre Spies and Francois...
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