De Jager has quickly become a fan favourite at English club Sale Sharks, while Bok teammate Reinach has established himself as a key member of Montpellier after making the move to France from Northampton in 2020.
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In recent Champions Cup action, Reinach scored an intercept try to help Montpellier claim a win over Exeter Chiefs and progress to the European Champions Cup playoffs, while De Jager produced the most unlikely of try assists with a brilliant piece of handling in Sale’s win over Ospreys.
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Both magic moments from the Bok duo can be enjoyed below:
In other news from overseas, reports suggest that Springbok centre Damian de Allende could follow outgoing Munster coach Johann van Graan to English club Bath.
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De Allende is nearing the end of a two-year deal with the Irish province and rumours for quite some time have suggested he is not inclined to sign a contract renewal to stay.
The Springbok superstar was said to have an option to join the Wild Knights in Japan, but rumours have now surfaced that he could be on his way to Bath, who will be looking to undertake a rebuilding phase after confirming the appointments of Van Graan and JP Ferreira as their head coach and assistant coach.
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Another Springbok in Curwin Bosch has also been linked with a move to the English Premiership club.
Bosch is reportedly under contract with the Sharks until 2023 but The Rugby Paper claims there is a clause in his contract that would allow him to make the move if all parties could come to an agreement.
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