Promising Wales wing Harry Robinson is switching clubs from Cardiff Blues to the Scarlets come the end of the current season.
20-year-old Robinson shone on his Test debut against the Barbarians in 2012, and was a stand-out performer last June as Wales toured Japan minus their hefty British and Irish Lions contingent.
However, the youngster now finds himself very much on the periphery of Warren Gatland's vision, with the likes of the Dragons' Hallam Amos, and powerful Scarlet Liam Williams moving ahead of him.
Robinson will make his 47th Blues appearance on Friday as his soon-to-be former side take on the Ospreys in a derby at the Liberty Stadium.
Meanwhile, WalesOnline reports the Scarlets have been linked to Saracens winger Michael Tagicakibau and powerful London Irish back-row Chirs Hala'ufia.