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Carter still quiet on his future in NZ

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All Black and Crusaders flyhalf Dan Carter has broken his silence but offered no advancement on whether he will continue to play in New Zealand or take up a foreign contract at the end of the year.


The All Blacks and Crusaders number 10 said that he was still weighing up whether he would re-sign with the New Zealand Rugby Union (NZRU) or head overseas when his contract expires at the end of the year.


Carter’s playing future has been under scrutiny since wealthy French clubs Toulon and Toulouse stated they were interested in signing him for record amounts of money.


Until now Carter had refused to comment on his future.


“I am still in the process of exploring all the options,” Carter told The Press.


“Not too much has changed. It is just an ongoing process and these things take time.


“At the end of the day I will be doing what is best for myself.


“When I make that decision I will let everyone know,” he added.


Carter is still injured but he could come on for the Crusaders against the Reds this weekend after having been out with a sprained ankle injury that he picked up against the Hurricanes on March 28.

 

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