Wallabies winger Sefa Naivalu has joined Australia’s post-World Cup European exodus, with French Top 14 club Stade Francais announcing he has signed a three-year deal.
In an announcement on Twitter, the club welcomed Naivalu.
“The Club is proud to announce the signature of the international winger Sefanaia Naivalu for 3 seasons in the capital! Welcome to Paris Sefa.”
? #Officiel Le club est fier d'annoncer la signature de l'ailier international ?? Sefanaia Naivalu pour 3 saisons dans la capitale !
— Stade Français Paris (@SFParisRugby) March 20, 2019
The Fiji-born 27-year-old has made 10 appearances for the Wallabies, scoring five tries, but has struggled to hold down a regular spot in Michael Cheika’s side since debuting against South Africa in 2016.
Naivalu, who joined the Queensland Reds this year after four seasons with the Melbourne Rebels, joins Nick Phipps, Adam Coleman and Rory Arnold as Wallabies who’ve announced they’ll head to Europe after the World Cup in Japan.
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