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Wallabies centre Timana Tahu is set for a sensational return to the NRL after reportedly agreeing a three-year contract with former club Parramatta.<br><br>News Limited have reported the 29-year-old, who quit the Eels in 2007 to take up a lucrative contract with the Australian Rugby Union (ARU), will return to the club for the start of the 2010 season.<br><br>Tahu has endured a difficult two years since making the switch to rugby, due to injury and loss of form.<br><br>He was recently dumped from the Wallabies squad to play club rugby alongside Lote Tuqiri, who was sacked by ARU last month.<br><br>Tahu, who won an NRL grand final with Newcastle in 2001, enjoyed a successful three-year spell with the Eels between 2005-07.<br><br>Parramatta officials were unavailable for comment.
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