Great News for Munster rugby fans this morning as the Cork man Simon Zebo is set to return home to his native province. Zebo played for Munster over 144 times and for Ireland 35, the winger/full-back is still only 31 years of age and should have plenty left in the tank.
Zebo would be welcomed back with open arms for Munster supporters as he’s home grown and came right up through the academy coming from Cork con. The Daily Mail are reporting the deal could be announced as soon as this week, how good and welcome this news is for Munster fans at the moment. As this season was another disappointing one, with Munster getting hammered by Leinster in the Pro14 final and crashing out of Europe to the hands of French giants Toulouse.
Simon Zebo has agreed to return to Munster this summer, meaning he could force his way back into Ireland’s 2023 World Cup plans. Deal likely to be announced this week. Exclusive story on @MailSport
— Nik Simon (@Nik_Simon88) April 14, 2021
— RTÉ Rugby (@RTErugby) April 14, 2021
Simon Zebo Set For Stunning Return To Munster Rugby https://t.co/5TofMOjng1
— RugbyLAD (@RugbyLAD7) April 14, 2021
— Tony Leen (@tonyleen) April 14, 2021
Is this good business by Munster and good for Simon Zebo with the World Cup in 2023 in France surely on his radar with Ireland.