Alun Wyn Jones, the former captain of Wales, has signed with Toulon as a’medical joker’ for the World Cup.

The former captain of Wales and the British and Irish Lions has signed on as a’medical joker’ for the whole event.

The second rower, who was 37 years old and had played for his country the most, surprised everyone in May by saying that he was giving up international rugby.

Pierre Mignoni, who is in charge of rugby at Toulon, said, “We are thrilled and honored to have a great player like Alun Wyn Jones join us. His career shows his immense talent.”

He also said, “His experience, mental and physical strength, and leadership will help his teammates and the locker room.”

Jones signed a short-term deal with the club at first because the local Top 14 season starts in mid-August. After the World Cup, the season will start again in the last week of October.

He is the latest Welsh player to join Stade Mayol, where he will play with his old partner Dan Biggar from the Ospreys.

Jones’ 17-year run with the Ospreys came to an end in June, when he also said he was done with Test rugby.

He started his journey with Swansea a year before he played for Ospreys for the first time. He went on to win three league titles with Ospreys.

The lock forward is also the leader of his country. He has played in a world-record 170 international games, 158 for Wales and 12 for the Lions.

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