Fiji's Rugby World Cup star Semi Radradra will join Premiership leaders Bristol Bears next season on a three-year contract.
The 27-year-old, who switched codes from league to union in 2017, produced a string of impressive displays at the World Cup including two tries in Fiji's win over Georgia.
Is Semi Radradra to Bristol Bears the most exciting Premiership signing of modern times?@LouisAlexDore looks at why the new @BristolBears back is so highly valued#SuperSemi #BristolBears #GallagherPremhttps://t.co/oPI9PQpajB pic.twitter.com/wwOkagppCI— i sport (@iPaperSport) November 27, 2019
Radradra had been linked with a move back to the NRL, where he scored 82 tries in 94 games for Parramatta Eels but will instead make the move to Bristol from Bordeaux-Begles.
Bristol director of rugby, Pat Lam says there is no doubt that Radradra is one of the best players in the world and they are so excited about what he can do for the team.
Radradra spent a season with Toulon before joining Bordeaux in 2018. He scored a try in Bordeaux's Challenge Cup draw away to Edinburgh last weekend.