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Semi Radradra passes for Toulon.

Semi Radradra has signed with English rugby union club Bristol Bears after ruling out a return to the NRL.

The Bears confirmed Radradra's signing overnight on a three-year deal.

In an interview with French media outlet Sud Ouest, the former Parramatta Eels star said he had enjoyed his stint in rugby union and would not be rejoining the 13-player code.

The 27-year-old winger, who represented the Kangaroos in one Test in 2016 after earlier playing three times for Fiji, scored 82 tries in 94 games for the Eels during a five-year stint which ended in 2017.

"I know there are a lot of rumours going on and talking about a return to the XIII but a return to XIII is not an option for me," he said. 

"I already proved myself in XIII. The NRL is behind me, it's over. I already proved that I was one of the best Fijians in this league. Playing XV, I like it, I love more and more, I'm in a different environment ... I still have a lot to learn and things to prove."

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