Two of South Africa’s top teams are reported to be joining a tug-of-war for the services of one of the Springboks’ two-time World Cup winners.
According to Sunday newspaper Rapport, Springbok lock RG Snyman may be available to move next June when his contract with Irish club Munster expires.
More than one of South Africa’s Vodacom URC teams is reportedly interested in bringing the 28-year-old back to the Republic, but they face stiff competition from a number of overseas clubs.
Snyman is currently recovering from surgery on a pectoral muscle injury he suffered in the World Cup final and is expected to be on the sidelines for between four and six months.
It is uncertain whether he will recover in time to play for Munster before the end of his current contract.
Snyman has endured a torrid time with injuries since moving to Limerick in 2019, making just 10 appearances after suffering successive knee ligament injuries.
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