Huget set to return to Toulouse
March 5, 2012
Yoann Huget looks set to return to Toulouse © Getty Images
French international flyer Yoann Huget has agreed to return to Top 14 champions Toulouse, according to reports.
The 24-year-old is a product of Toulouse's academy and has seen his international career come to a halt in recent times after being dropped and subsequently suspended after failing to abide by the French anti-doping regulations.
Huget is likely to step into the sizeable void left by Rupeni Caucaunibuca with it seeming unlikely that the Fijian winger will have his contract renewed at the end of the current campaign. But while Huget will hope to reignite his international ambitions at Toulouse, he faces a mission to get into their starting XV with the likes of Maxime Medard, Vincent Clerc, Yves Donguy and Timoci Matanavou all vying for spots in the back three.
And elsewhere in Top 14, Midi Olympique have reported that Wasps prop Ben Broster will join Biarritz on a two-year deal at the end of this season.
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