Side Entry | Nyakane deal proves that transfer fees are the way forward, argues Simnikiwe Xabanisa
Apart from proving that overseas clubs are getting over the suspicion peddled by the South African rugby fraternity that black players only play for the Springboks because of transformation directives, Trevor Nyakane’s signing with Racing 92 also showed that it’s time the game finally embraced transfer fees.
, the French club rugby giants bought the Springbok loose head-cum-tight head prop – whose massive value lies in the aforementioned versatility – out of the two years remaining in his Bulls contract for a fee believed to be about R5 million.Support independent journalismRead more: City Press »
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