VIDEO: Old Bull returns home
Watch as Juandre Kruger confirms that he will return to the Bulls.
Kruger’s move to Loftus Versfeld is good news for the Bulls who will have to cope without the services of lock duo Lodewyk de Jager (Sale Sharks) and RG Snyman (Honda Heat)
Kruger, who played for the Bulls between 2008 and 2013, will bid farewell to France Top14 team Toulon after six years and link up with the Pretoria-based team just ahead of next year’s Super Rugby season.
The 33-year-old lock left the Bulls in 2013 and joined Racing 92 before heading to Toulon in 2016.
He made his Springboks debut in 2012 and went onto to make 17 test caps.
The Bulls have also revealed the signing of Scotland’s South African-born forward Josh Strauss, who has agreed to leave Sale Sharks with a year left on his contract at the club.
Welcome to the #BullsFamily Juandré Kruger
Can’t wait to see you on the field big guy! pic.twitter.com/6OBTRurLaq
— Official Blue Bulls (@BlueBullsRugby) July 17, 2019