Damian de Allende has been named in Munster’s 33-man tour squad to face the Vodacom Bulls and Lions in South Africa.
The Springbok centre has been sidelined since 1 January due to an abdomen injury. The 30-year-old, whose contract with Munster expires in June, has recently been linked with a move to English Premiership outfit Bath.
The Irish side, which is third in the Vodacom United Rugby Championship, will face the Bulls in Pretoria this coming Saturday, before taking on the Lions next weekend in Johannesburg.
Full Munster squad:
Forwards (17): Stephen Archer, Diarmuid Barron, Scott Buckley, Chris Cloete, Mark Donnelly, John Hodnett, Cian Hurley, Alex Kendellen, Jean Kleyn, Keynan Knox, Eoin O’Connor, Jack O’Donoghue (c), Jack O’Sullivan, John Ryan, Niall Scannell, Fineen Wycherley, Josh Wycherley. Backs (16): Liam Coombes, Neil Cronin, Jack Crowley, Shane Daly, Damian de Allende, Chris Farrell, Jake Flannery, Matt Gallagher, Dan Goggin, Mike Haley, Ben Healy, Aran Hehir, Calvin Nash, Paddy Patterson, Rory Scannell, Simon Zebo.