According to a report in South Africa, fly-half Morné Steyn is to leave the Bulls for a Top 14 contract at the end of the 2013 Super Rugby campaign.
Eyewitness News Sport has revealed via Steyn's agent Johan van Greune that the former first-choice Springbok playmaker will be moving on.
Steyn, 28, has played 42 times for his country and Van Greune revealed that the back's international career is not yet over despite the switch to France.
"Morné has spoken to Heyneke, they have discussed this. Obviously it is difficult to make commitments from Heyneke's side. That's one of the reasons he chose to go to France. It does open the door for him to play for the Springboks in the future," Van Greune is quoted as saying.