Liam Williams Injury-plagued Nehe Milner-Skudder’s contract with Toulon looks in trouble

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There are 26 in the race, all Kiwis, and four among the favourites – no it’s not the Melbourne Cup, but the race to become the next All Blacks coach.

Former All Blacks and Hurricanes winger Nehe Milner-Skudder may never play for French club Toulon, amid reports his lucrative three-year contract could be torn up due to injury concerns. 

Milner-Skudder, 28, was a star of the 2015 Rugby World Cup the All Blacks won in England, but has been plagued by injuries since.

He did not play a minute of Super Rugby for the Hurricanes last season, ruling out his chances of playing at this year’s World Cup in Japan.

Liam Williams Nehe Milner-Skudder in action during his last All Blacks test in Japan last year.

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Nehe Milner-Skudder in action during his last All Blacks test in Japan last year.

His deal with Toulon was confirmed last December but French outletL’Equipereport that Milner-Skudder, who has played 13 tests, could now be ditched for star Wales fullback Liam Williams.

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While Milner-Skudder has signed with Toulon, his contract has not yet been approved by France’s Top 14 league and it will be conditional on him passing a medical examination.

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