Fijian wing quits Montpellier
TRANSFER NEWS: Fijian wing Timoci Nagusa has quit Montpellier, where he has been since 2010 and with whom he was under contract until June.
The announcement was made by the Top 14 club’s president Mohed Altrad during an interview with RMC radio on Wednesday.
The 32-year-old, capped 33 times by Fiji, is set to join ProD2 outfit Grenoble for next season.
Nagusa touched down in Montpellier in 2010 after two seasons with Ulster, but has only played nine games this season.
Montpellier, who currently sit eighth in the Top 14, have already said their goodbyes to Director of Rugby Vern Cotter, who left last week, three months early before starting his post as Fiji head coach.