French flyhalf Frederick Michalak is in talks with his former club, Toulouse and may well turn out for them once he recovers from his knee injury.
Michalak still has an option to return to Durban to play for the Sharks in the Currie Cup. The word is, though, that if he wants to force his way back into contention to represent France, he needs to be playing regularly in the French domestic league.
Michalak first played for Toulouse as a 16 year old and the club has a very fond place in the maverick flyhalf’s heart. It is unlikely that he would want to play anywhere else in France. Apparently, he started talks with them before he was injured in the match against the Waratahs three weeks ago, meaning that he probably never really intended staying with the Sharks after the Super 14 anyway.
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