Semi Radradra looking for NRL return
Semi Radradra is reportedly looking for a surprise return to the NRL.
The Fijian flyer left Parramatta after the 2017 for a lucrative rugby union contract with powerhouse side Toulon.
But, after several seasons in Europe, the dual international wants to return to Australia, according to the Daily Telegraph.
According to the report, Radrada prefers Australia to France, and has even started putting out the feelers for a rugby league return.
Parramatta are reportedly the warm favourites, despite the huge price tag that Radradra will inevitably request.
Radradra left the Eels after five seasons and 94 games.
One of the most potent attacking weapons in the game at the time of his departure, Radradra had scored an incredible 82 NRL tries.
He left the Eels for a huge contract in Toulon before joining Bordeaux.
Last September he was on a three-player shortlist for best player in French rugby alongside Julien Dumora and Ben Botica.
Radradra made his rugby union Test debut for Fiji, having previously represented his country at U20 and Sevens level.
In the 13-man code, he played four Tests for Fiji, and one for Australia.
News that Radradra wants to return to the Eels comes as current Parramatta winger Blake Ferguson will be sidelined indefinitely.
Ferguson picked up an infection several weeks ago and was hospitalised this week.
Eels coach Brad Arthur confirmed the Ferguson will miss Parra’s home game against the Warriors on Saturday.