Veteran Springbok fullback Willie le Roux has hinted on social media that he may be parting ways with his Japan League One club.
The World Cup winner has posted what appears to be a farewell message on Twitter indicating that he will leave Toyota Verblitz.
I’d like to thank the staff and my team mates for an epic 4 years and, to our wonderful fans for always being so supportive. I appreciate the opportunity to have represented such a great team, Arigato @toyotaverblitz ?? pic.twitter.com/9BFKuiq1ke
— Willie le roux (@wjjleroux) April 25, 2023
He joined the Japanese side from now-defunct English Premiership outfit Wasps in 2019, and played his 50th match for Verblitz on 8 April.
— トヨタヴェルブリッツ TOYOTA VERBLITZ (@toyotaverblitz) April 25, 2023
The 83-Test-capped international was previously linked with a move to the DHL Stormers, as a replacement for fellow Bok Warrick Gelant, before the inaugural Vodacom United Rugby Championship winners signed seasoned playmaker Clayton Blommetjies.