Munster rugby could be set to lose another member of their backroom staff after it emerged that strength and conditioning coach PJ Wilson has been linked with a move to Premiership side Bath.
The province announced this week that Felix Jones and Jerry Flannery would both depart at the end of the season after turning down new contract offers. Now, the Irish Examiner is reporting that there is "a degree of disappointment in the dressing room that not enough has been done to hold on to their brightest off-field talents".
Wilson has been involved with Munster rugby for eight years. Bath have recently begun a wide overhaul with former captain Stuart Hooper set to become director of rugby and Luke Charteris appointed line-out coach. Girvan Dempsey is currently at the club as attack coach.
Meanwhile, former Munster man Mike Prendergast has been linked with a move to Racing 92 after it was confirmed he is leaving Stade Francais at the end of the season.
Rugbyrama report that Prendergast will replace the departing Laurent Labit this summer.