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Martin Castrogiovanni's departure from Leicester has been confirmed although the Italian prop's future plans are far from clear.
Leicester claim Martin Castrogiovanni could still join Toulon, despite the Top 14 giant's owner insisting the deal is off.
Martin Castrogiovanni will lead Italy into Saturday's Six Nations game against Wales in the absence of Sergio Parisse.
Italy captain Sergio Parisse was delighted to back up his pre-tournament words with a win as France were stunned in Rome in their Six Nations opener.
Martin Castrogiovanni has revealed he has agreed a transfer from Leicester to Toulon.
Martin Castrogiovanni's mooted move from Leicester to Toulon is still far from being completed, say the Tigers.
Leicester Tigers have been buoyed by news Italy international Martin Castrogiovanni has finally agreed a new deal.
Martin Castrogiovanni has given Leicester a massive boost after admitting he wants to finish his career at the Tigers.
Leicester Tigers have admitted they face a fight to keep Martin Castrogiovanni and Marcos Ayerza.
Leicester's international props Martin Castrogiovanni and Marcos Ayerza have signed new three-year deals.
Leicester prop Martin Castrogiovanni will return to action for Italy in Saturday's World Cup warm-up with Japan.
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After Dubai I was left to feel frustrated and positive in equal measure. We certainly felt there were a couple of games there that were there for the taking that we should have closed out but we'll learn from those games and take it on to Port Elizabeth.
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