Within the uncertain panorama that Jaguares is going through due to the pandemic, its captain Jerónimo de la Fuente would have agreed his future with a French club and would continue his career in France.
According to French media, the center of the Argentine team and Los Pumas would already have everything arranged with Perpignan, a team that competes in the Pro D2 league in their country.
The 29-year-old from Rosario, who played 51 games for Super Rugby in Jaguares, and scored 6 tries, would have been chosen by the Top 14 multi-champion club in his search for a player in his position for next season.
Thus things, Jerónimo, who with the national team accumulates 50 test matches, four tries and two World Cups, would join the list of Jaguars that will continue their professional career in the Old Continent: Marcos Kremer is already in the Stade Francais de Gonzalo Quesada and Guido Petti at Bordeax.
If his incorporation is confirmed, the Argentine would be the fourth addition to the Perpignan in recent weeks: the right pillars Siua Halanukonuka (from Glasgow) and Terry Philippart (from Nevers) will also join, and the multifunctional Fijian nationalized Australian back, Ben Volavola (arrives from Racing 92).