Dan Carter: New Zealand great to return to Racing 92
New Zealand great Dan Carter will return to Racing 92 as an injury replacement for the rest of the season.
The former All Blacks fly-half, 36, has been released by Japan's Top League champions Kobelco Steelers.
Carter, who played for the French Top 14 club from 2015-18, will cover for Racing's Pat Lambie, who has been forced to retire because of concussion.
Racing announced the double World Cup winner's return on their Twitter account by saying: "He is back."
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Carter is the all-time leading points scorer in Test rugby union, having taken the record from former England fly-half Jonny Wilkinson, and has won a host of major titles during his career, including two World Cups.