The Vodacom Bulls have reportedly accomplished the signing of SA-born Scotland flyhalf Jaco van der Walt from fellow Vodacom United Rugby Championship outfit Edinburgh.
In keeping with Sunday newspaper Rapport, the 29-year-old playmaker will be a part of the Bulls in July on a two-year deal.
The previous Lions pivot is known to have been recruited to fill the void on the Bulls after veteran flyhalf Morne Steyn’s contract with the Highvelders ends in June.
In a position to play flyhalf or fullback, Van der Walt joined Edinburgh from the Lions in 2017 and has two Check caps for his adoptive Scotland.
A return to the Republic will see him hyperlink up with Edinburgh teammate Henry Immelman, who will be a part of the Bulls from 1 July.
The Pretoria outfit earlier this yr additionally formally introduced the signing of Premiership and Champions Cup winner, Jannes Kirsten, with the utility ahead set to make his comeback to Loftus Versfeld subsequent season.
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