Another All Black heading abroad

2015-01-19 12:21
Frank Halai (Getty Images)

Cape Town - Blues wing and one-Test All Black Frank Halai is set to join the exodus to Britain with a deal at London Wasps.

READ: All Black exodus after World Cup?

According to The Telegraph, the giant try-scoring machine is set to join the Aviva Premiership club at the end of the Rugby World Cup in late October on a long-term deal.

At just 26, Halai's shift represents another dimension to the departure of ageing All Blacks expected after this year's World Cup in England and Wales.

Already Dan Carter, Ben Franks and Jeremy Thrush have been confirmed for exits from the New Zealand scene and more are tipped to join them on lucrative deals.

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