TJ Perenara, who is currently part of the staff of Red Hurricanes on the Top Legue of Japan, has no contract at the end of the season and, according to Australian media reports, is in talks with Sydney Roosters of the NRL on the change of discipline to Rugby league.
The 29-year-old scrum-half is currently undecided about his next move, but acknowledges that if he decides to stay in New Zealand it will spell the end of his Rugby League hopes. “There is no decision yet. There are a few different scenarios on the table, but in all honesty, my wife and I have not made a decision, “Perenara told NZME.
Later, the All Blacks player added: “If I don’t make a decision and I am part of an organization this year, I don’t know if I will do it again. It will be a compromise one way or another. Committing to New Zealand rugby, home and the Hurricanes will take away from Rugby League in the future of my career. “