Former Scotland forward Jason White has confirmed his retirement, ending speculation of a possible return to Glasgow.
White, who played 77 Tests for Scotland including 19 as captain, has been without a club since French giants Clermont Auvergne did not renew his contract a few months ago.
The 34-year-old former Sale flank was strongly linked to a move back to Glasgow, but when talks of a return to his first professional club fell through he decided to call it quits.
"That's me finished," White told HeraldScotland.
"I won't be playing professional rugby again. We've just had a little girl, so I'm on daddy duty for a while, which is great.
"I was certainly keen on a move back to Glasgow and there were signs of interest at their end and a lot of talk in the press about it. Unfortunately, it never quite happened. I would have liked to go there, but it wasn't to be.
"Personally, I certainly want to carry on doing something in rugby, although I'm not really sure at what level. I would love to coach, but I look at the professional level and I think I don't want to sacrifice my family life to do that."