Adam Jones 'probably' staying in Wales
February 25, 2014
Adam Jones - 92 caps and counting © Getty Images
Prop Adam Jones has told the BBC he hopes his future will be settled in the coming days and that he'll "probably" be staying in Wales.
Jones, 32, is out of contract with the Ospreys at the end of the season. He is one of six key players who have been considered for central contracts with the WRU and the only one not to have signed with club or board.
"I'll hopefully have everything done this week," he said. "But I've been hoping for that for the last month so I'm not going to cross my fingers.
"It's dragging on a bit now. I've got to make sure everything's right, but hopefully this week and touch wood, [it'll] sorted by the weekend."
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