Southern Kings french Hooker Virgile Lacombe has revealed that he is tired of the situation with the Kings and is considering cancelling his contract.
Lacombe hasn't been used by the Kings yet in Super Rugby and says that he is "a little tired" of being blocked from playing rugby as the club has too many foreigners.
The former Toulouse and Brive player said on Monday in a telephone interview broadcast on the show + Sport Rugby that he wanted the matter to be sorted out.
"I'm a little tired. I want things to be clear," he said in the interview.
Lacombe said that he had,"another interview Tuesday morning with the president to see what can be done and based on that I will make my decision."
"But I need a quick answer. I came to play Super rugby, not to make money or anything. "
"I broke my contract with Toulouse, which was not finished. I did sacrifices to come and in the end, the only reason I came is not respected."
"I'll try give (the Kings) a deadline early next week whether or not they can put more than four foreigners."
"If they can not, I think I'll try to break my contract. "
On Tuesday Lacombe added on his Twitter account, "Meeting between the President of my club and the federation of South Africa in the week ... Hoping he comes out with answers!"