All Black midfielder Ma'a Nonu has signed with French club Toulon, according to newspaper Midi Olympique.
The paper said Nonu, who is currently sidelined with a broken arm, will make the move after next year's World Cup.
It is the latest story in a long line of speculation about the future of the Hurricanes player.
The newspaper also said All Blacks and Blues prop Charlie Faumuina had agreed a deal to join Paris club Racing Metro.
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It's not the first time owner Mourad Boudjellal has tried to lure Nonu to the South of France.
Nonu, who will be 33 at next year's Rugby World Cup, has played 94 tests for the All Blacks and his latest contract with the NZRU finishes after the tournament.
He has been playing professional rugby in New Zealand since 2002, with the exception of a brief stint in Japan before the 2012 Super Rugby season.
Former Hurricanes teammates Jerry Collins, Tana Umaga and fellow All Black Sonny Bill Williams have all previously played for Toulon.
The side is currently captained by former All Black Carl Hayman and includes Ali Williams and Chris Masoe - all former teammates of Nonu.
Nonu is missing the All Blacks northern tour after breaking his arm in September and will return to action for the Hurricanes at the start of the Super Rugby season.