RG Snyman has reportedly agreed to a deal that will pay him in the region of R10 million per year and reunite him with a former coach when he leaves Munster at the end of the season.
Munster this week announced that the Springbok giant is set to end his four-year stay in Limerick.
Snyman has endured multiple injuries during his time with Munster, but there is no shortage of interest in his services.
It was reported that at least two South African teams were keen to bring the two-time World Cup winner back to the Republic, but they were also in a queue of suitors with Japanese and French teams.
However, it appears that Snyman, who played for the Bulls between 2015 and 2019, has rejected all of those options to reunite with a former coach in England.
According to a report by L’Equipe, Snyman has accepted a big-money move to Bath, currently coached by Johann van Graan. The deal is reportedly worth £450,00 (R10 million) per season.
Polled earlier this week on which South African club Snyman should join, SARugbymag.co.za readers voted for a return to the Vodacom Bulls (41%), ahead of a move to the Stormers (32%), Sharks (20%) or Lions (7%).
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