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Leinster prop Marty Moore is considering a u-turn on his proposed move to Wasps.
Moore has apparently already agreed a three-year deal with the Premiership club in recent weeks, having rejected a two-year offer from Leinster, However The42 have tonight reported that Moore is now reconsidering his decision to leave Ireland and has expressed a desire to remain at Leinster into next season.
With Moore and Wasps said to have already agreed terms, Leinster may be required to pay a fee to buy the prop out of his contract. Leinster are said to be prepared to offer the prop the three-year contract which he desires.
Joe Schmidt and the IRFU have apparently intervened and expressed their desire for Marty Moore to remain in Ireland beyond the end of his current contract however are not prepared to offer him a centralised contract.