Semi Radradra, the Australia and Parramatta player, has signed a one-year deal with rugby union side Toulon, according to the club’s official website.
Reports emerged from France on Monday that the winger had signed a one-year deal with the club, with an option to extend it to a second year.
The club tweeted that the flier had signed for the club, becoming their fifth recruit ahead of the new season.
— RCT – RC Toulon (@RCTofficiel) November 28, 2016
Radradra has been heavily linked with a move to rugby union all year. He was granted leave from the Eels earlier in the year to return to Fiji, amid talk that he was set to walk away from the sport.
It has been a busy day for Radradra, who has been threatened with an arrest warrant after failing to show up for a court hearing in Australia.