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Manu Tuilagi has hinted he will see out the remainder of his contract with Leicester Tigers as he seeks to make the club a powerhouse in the English game again.
David Argyle, the wealthy owner of Super League’s newest club Toronto Wolfpack, held talks with Tuilagi’s representatives over a switch in codes.
The 28-year-old England and Leicester centre declined to answer whether a move to league was an attractive proposition at this stage of his career.
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But on the back of England’s World Cup performances, and agonising loss to South Africa in the final, he has suggested he is far from done with 15-man game just yet.
“I’m really enjoying my rugby, just in general,” said Tuilagi, whose contract with Leicester expires in 2021.
“A few years back, even a year ago, I might have had to hang the boots up. Now I know you have to enjoy every moment because you never know when it’s your last game.
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