Malakai Fekitoa would be Munster's newest addition

Munster would hire Malakai Fekiota, According to different local media, so that he can wear the Irish shirt shortly and can play both the United Rugby Championship as the Champions Cup.

Although his fate would not be entirely confirmed, several British media would indicate that the Irish team would be the one for the former All Blacks player to continue his career. Meanwhile Lee Blackett, coach of Wasps, commented on the matter: “Fekitoa is someone you want to keep in your club. Our goal, for now, is to make sure he comes back from his injury to hit the pitch as soon as possible.”. He would not be the first New Zealand player to lose Blackett, as it was confirmed the pass from Vaea Fifita to Scarlets.

What’s more, Damian De Allende would sound strong to leave Munster because his contract ends in June of this year and so, Fekitoa it would be the perfect replacement. The New Zealander, with All Blacks, framework eight tries in 24 matches and includes two wins at the 2015 World Cup. In his time with Highlanders supported 20 conquests in 65 encounters of Super Rugby.