Ben Te'o, Leinster's cross-code signing, is reportedly set to leave the Irish province at the end of the season.
The 28-year-old joined from the South Sydney Rabbitohs and has impressed during his time in the Irish capital.
According to a report in the Irish Times, Te'o has receieved substantial offers from clubs in the Top 14 but also the Premiership, where he qualifies to play for England through his mother's family.
Te'o had been touted as a possible Ireland international but should he leave next year he would fall well short of meeting the three-year residency rule.
Michael Cheika is also believed to be interested in bringing Te'o back to Australia to play for the Wallabies.