Will Genia has reportedly signed a three-year deal with French Top 14 side Stade Francais.
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Wallabies halfback Will Genia has reportedly signed a deal with French side Stade Francais and will join following the 2015 World Cup.
According to a report in RMC Sport, Genia has signed a three-year deal with the Top 14 club despite being heavily linked with English side Bath over the past few weeks.
The 27-year-old has been capped 58 times by Australia and would be a massive loss not only to the Wallabies, but to his Super Rugby side Queensland Reds.
“Will and Queensland Rugby CEO Jim Carmichael have a very strong personal relationship and have been in discussion for 12 months on Will’s future post Rugby World Cup,” a Queensland Rugby Union spokesperson told Fairfax Media.
“When these discussions are finalised there will be a formal announcement on this.”
Genia has made 98 appearances for the Reds since joining in 2007 and played in pivotal role in his side’s 2011 Super Rugby title win.