Dan Carter Set To Continue Playing As Reports Suggest He Will Sign For New Club
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The master ain’t done just yet.
Dan Carter is set to continue playing next season when his contract expires with Racing 92, after agreeing a deal to move to Japan according to reports in France.
Midi-Olympique has reported the 112-test All Black will leave Paris club Racing 92 in June to take up a lucrative deal with a Japanese team.
The 35-year-old playmaker is in the final year of his contract at Racing 92 and is reportedly close to agreeing which Japanese club he’ll sign with, for what’s likely to be the former World Player of the Year’s last contract as a professional player.
Other former All Blacks at the club, Anthony Tuitavake and Casey Laulala are also expected to leave Racing 92 at the end of the current season.