Izack rodda from has signed with French club Lyon a month after his messy Super Rugby outing with the Queensland Reds.
The Wallabies lock with Isaac, Lucas and Harry Hockings was the termination of the contract with the Reds after he refused to take the league-wide salary reductions arising from the coronavirus of the judgment.
Rodda from had been linked to an interstate move, but after getting the ire of Rugby in Australia will be rather full for Lyon in the Top14 from September.
The trio were initially stood down by the Reds during the training resumed last month after they refused to participate in the average of 60% of their cut of the championship Australian Rugby counterparts had agreed.
The stand-off seems to be in the direction of the court before the trio put an end to their own contracts and have subsequently been released by the rheumatoid arthritis.
Rodda from (23), who has 25 Test caps, and Lucas (21) have both contracted until 2023, while Hockings (21) was out of contract, but talks for an extension.
It is now likely that all three will continue their career abroad and not be eligible to play for the Wallabies under the current rules.
RA, the director of rugby, Scott Johnson, who has evaluated all three as part of the Wallabies plans for the future, had hoped for the mediation and ensure that they remained in Australia.
But those aspirations were derailed when the agents of football players Anthony Picone slammed the Red and RA management of their pedestal.
It has been for the purpose of “the parlous state of rugby in Australia and Queensland” and has even suggested the revision of the eligibility laws to ensure the Wallabies ” have always as many players into the tent as possible “.