The Official Online RBS 6 Nations Store is open. The store has everything you need to get behind your team during the RBS 6 Nations, plus the store is now fully stocked with a much wider range of rugby merchandise.
However a suitor doesn’t seem too far away with a host of clubs vying for his signature across Britain and in France as Murray looks to get back to playing ahead of next year’s RBS 6 Nations tournament.
One of those interested are the Scarlets who see the 30-year-old Murray as the perfect answer to their injury crisis at tighthead prop which sees Rhys Thomas, Peter Richards and Deacon Manu all sidelined by injury.
And Scarlets wing Lamont, an international team-mate of Murray, admits he has already spoken to his fellow Scot in a bid to get him to sign for the Welsh club.
“Obviously Euan is a world-class prop and did very well during the autumn,” said Lamont.
“I spoke to him on the first day he was released and he already had lots of options.
“I told him the truth. I have enjoyed my year-and-a-half down here so far – the boys and coaching staff are great and Parc y Scarlets is first-class.
“Of course, you try and sell it, but when someone like Euan is on the market he is a wanted man.
“It is a personal choice and I said to him you have to do what’s best for you and the family.
“Wherever he goes I am sure he will fit in well. He is a great guy, friendly, a character.”