Ruan Pienaar seems to be the latest interest for French side Toulon.
According to reports from France it seems that Toulon is chasing Pienaar’s signiture.
Pienaar’s current contract with Ulster expires at the end of this season.
Pienaar who joined Ulster in 2010 from the Sharks has scored 500 points in only 63 matches and has played a big part in the Ulster success of the past couple of seasons.
Pienaar also received player of the year in his debut season at the Irish club and would most likely leave a gap in the team, should the move to Toulon take place. The move seems likely as the financial benefit for the Irish club will mean that they can also go head-hunting for a possible younger replacement, to replace the 29-year old Pienaar.
Toulon already has 2 Springboks under contract and would like to make Pienaar number 3. They are however currently sitting with 3 scrumhalves in Frederic Michalak, Sebastian Tillous-Borde and Michael Claassens, which could see Pienaar used more at number 10, this all the more likely due to the retirement of Johnny Wilkinson in May 2014.