Gareth Anscombe has some important decisions at the time of doing his testing career with Wales against offers of large quantities of English clubs.
Gareth Anscombe, the rugby Kiwi star in Wales, has been linked to a large amount of money in the English scene with an ambitious Bristol team.
The role of rugby He reports that Anscombe has been offered $ 500,000, almost $ 1 million in euros, a year to change from Cardiff.
The agreement would mean the end of his testing career in Wales with the Red Dragons, who can only choose players with more than 60 tests on his name from outside of his country.
Anscombe has played 26 tests for Wales, being his last victory over Ireland that gave his band another title of Six Nations.
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The Welsh contract at Anscombe ends at the end of the season and has already expressed concern about the inequality of salaries suffered by Welsh players in comparison to the riches offered by English and French clubs.
According to the information, the London club Harlequins pursues Anscombe, 27, who played for New Zealand champion, under 20 team in 2011.
A transfer to Bristol would see him connect with New Zealand coach Pat Lam, the man who presented him to Super Rugby with the Blues in 2012.
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Anscombe was not wanted by Lam's successor, Sir John Kirwan, and achieved his abilities to Chiefs in 2013, where he won a title before he was attracted to Northern Wales in 204.
Anscombe, who took charge of the top five position in Wales at the expense of the British and Irish player Dan Biggar, seems to be taking place at the World Cup this year in Japan.
It seems that Lam is looking for AJ McGinty in the United States 10, who played well for him at the Irish club Connacht before Lam was moving to the English scene.