Current Zealand great Dan Carter will return to Racing 92 as an harm change for the the rest of the season.
The frail All Blacks hover-half of, 36, has been launched by Japan’s Prime League champions Kobelco Steelers.
Carter, who conducted for the French Prime 14 membership from 2015-18, will quilt for Racing’s Pat Lambie, who has been compelled to retire as a result of concussion.
Racing introduced the double World Cup winner’s return on their Twitter legend by announcing: “He is lend a hand.”
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Carter is the all-time leading capabilities scorer in Test rugby union, having taken the memoir from frail England hover-half of Jonny Wilkinson, and has acquired diverse foremost titles in some unspecified time in the future of his profession, including two World Cups.