Stade Francais’ France international flyhalf David Skrela revealed on Friday that he has agreed a move to Toulouse for the next three seasons, reports Rugby365. ”I’m leaving. It will be Toulouse … I’m going to sign a three-year contract which will bring me to the end of my career,” the 29-year-old told sports daily L’Equipe.”At Paris I’ve had some great sporting moments and I’m going to continue to give everything I have until the end of the season to leave with a new title,” he added.
Skrela has won the French title with Stade Francais twice (2004, 2007) since his arrival in 2003.
The son of French national technical director Jean-Claude Skrela, he has 14 caps for France, winning the Six Nations in 2007.
Stade Francais are currently third in the Top 14, and will play leaders Toulouse on Saturday, March 22 at Stade de France.Tweet