Tonga Chase Former All Blacks

Tonga has their eye on two former All Blacks in the World Cup of 2019. Charles Piutau has already shown his interest in playing for Tonga in Japan and the player Frank Halai is also on the same radar.

Piutau is all set to become the highest paid rugby player in the world after signing for Bristol the English club from Irish club Ulster. For that he got the amount of $1.8 million approx for the season of 2018-19.

Most Crucial All Blacks For The Rugby World Cup 2019

Chris Rattue has rated which players are the most crucial to the All Blacks and those who will attempt to win a third straight World Cup in the year 2019.

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The players will win New Zealand 2019 World Cup if they receive the correct backup.

  • Brodie Retallick

He is there in the team with the greats, like Meads and McCaw. He has amazing range and engine, next to without fail. His absence made the heart grow a lot fonder.


Manchester City are set to complete the deal for Arsenal playmaker Alexis Sanchez before the transfer deadline on Thursday, according to reports.

The Chile international netted 24 times in the Premier League last term but he wants out from Arsene Wenger’s side.

Wenger insists on forcing the player to see out his deal at the club instead of selling to a top rival. The last time the Frenchman did that Manchester United emerged the league champions.

Coach Pep Guardiola is keen on landing the former Barcelona player as he is confident that he would boost the City attacking prowess. The 28-year old still has up to three years at top level and he could help City win titles before he tires out. If Sanchez arrives at the Etihad, Raheem Sterling would be on his way out of the crowded City attack line.