Since arriving in France, the prolific winger has maintained an impressive strike rate in Montpellier’s attack. The ex-Crusader arrived in 2016 at the French club and has scored 41 tries in 50 games. In last year’s Top 14 competition he scored 19 in 20 appearances.
At 30 years old, Nadolo will stay in the Top 14 until 2020 at least. The deal is a two-year contract with the option for the third.
He celebrated his new deal by returning to action over the weekend after three months out with an ankle injury, putting in a massive performance in the 66-15 win over Toulouse.
The signing is a coup for the club who are looking to also retain the services of prop Antoine Guillamon for a reported 4-years.
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