Saints star Biggar linked with immediate transfer to Toulon

Dan Biggar’s final game for Saints arrived at Wasps earlier this month

But there remains no confirmation from the saints that this will happen.

Biggar is one of the club’s two star players, but with Premiership sides only able to employ one next season, the 33-year-old will be moving on.

At the time, the player had no idea where he would go next, joking that the best offer he had received was from a current teammate who coaches a local team.

Biggar was always going to see the offers pour in quickly as he is a fly-half with an immense pedigree. He is skipper and centurion for Wales and has also been a key figure in the British and Irish Lions in recent years.

Biggar admitted he wanted a new adventure and wouldn’t rule out a potentially lucrative move to France at the end of the current campaign.

However, reports in France today claim the move has been accelerated and Biggar could move to Toulon in the coming weeks.

Toulon are expected to reach an agreement with the Saints over the deal as the Top 14 giants are expected to pay the player on the remainder of his current contract.

Biggar, who could still represent Wales if he crosses the English Channel, is currently injured with a knee problem picked up against Wasps on October 9.

However, they may now have to be without him for the rest of the season and beyond, meaning James Grayson would still have a chance of winning the 10 shirt.

There is also the possibility of giving George Furbank a run of 10-year-olds when he is not with England, although Furbank has started the season well at the back so it would seem likely that he would remain in this role.