Given the uncertain situation in which the present and the future of Argentine rugby are submerged, the players received a free hand from the UAR to evaluate possible offers from abroad, considering the continuity of their respective professional careers. While some players have already been officially announced as reinforcements from various foreign teams, the rumors linking Matías Moroni with the powerful English Leicester continue to grow.
Now it was the turn of the newspaper The Rugby Paper: on its cover it published a photo of the center that played the last two World Cups with Los Pumas, accompanied by an epigraph focusing on which the 28-year-old man is under the radar of the multi-champion of the Premiership.
A few days ago, Scrum had already realized that the departure of the center of Jaguars to England could be a possibility. After almost a week, the media of that European country continue to link him, and with increasing force. In this sense, the former CUBA player, the team with which he became the URBA champion in 2013, could fit right into a cast that Manu Tuilagi left a little while ago (he will continue his career in Sale Sharks).
From that decision made by the Union, there were several announcements of hiring Argentines around the world: Lucas Mensa a Valence Romans, Guido Petti a Bordeaux, Marcos Kremer and Gonzalo Quesada (head coach) a Stade Francais, Jerónimo de la Fuente to Perpignan, Matías Alemmano to Gloucester and Matías Orlando to Newcastle.
Thus, Argentine rugby in general, and Jaguares in particular, continues to lose its greatest figures, protagonists in historical 2019 with the classification to the final of Super Rugby.