Wallabies Lock Could Be On His Way To Munster
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Two for one.
Munster could be set to bolster their depleted second-row with the signing of Wallaby international lock Adam Coleman. The 15-times capped Wallaby is currently one of Michael Cheika’s first choice locks, but could be set for a move to Europe following Western Force’s exit from Super Rugby.
Coleman is believed to be close friends with his former Force coach Dave Wessels, who has been linked with the soon to be vacant Director of Rugby post at the southern province. The Australian Telegraph are reporting that whichever club Wessels joins, Coleman will follow.
This would be a massive coup for the Irish province, who are badly in need of second-rows. They’ve also reportedly agreed a deal to sign Scarlets’ Irish lock Tadhg Beirne ahead of next season.