Steyn stays at Bulls, for now

2012-11-27 22:23
Morné Steyn (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - Springbok flyhalf Morné Steyn says he will stay at the Bulls for at least until the end of the 2013 season, after rumours spread that he may head overseas.

French website, Le Rugby Nistere, on Tuesday reported that Steyn last week met with Stade Francais' management during the build-up to the Boks' Test against England at Twickenham.

According to reports, the French club has had Steyn in its sights for some time.

However, Steyn quelled the rumours on Tuesday, assuring Bulls fans of his intentions to stay put for the time being.

"And the media is running with a story again......I am with the Bulls till end 2013,it's maybe just a few options for the future" he tweeted.

Steyn, however, did acknowledge that he may head overseas when his contract expires at the end of next year.

"I'm definitely at the Bulls for another year. But you have to keep your options open," he told the Beeld website.

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