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Manu Tuilagi will be involved in England’s squad for their clash against France, but is it going to be the veteran’s last game?

Tuilagi issued a coy response in the build-up to the clash, insisting a decision about his future hasn’t been made yet.

“I don’t really know what I’m doing tomorrow,” Tuilagi said ahead of Saturday’s clash. “As a rugby player, if you can play, you will.”

“There’s no two ways about it. After the [World Cup] game against Samoa, I knew my hand was broken. I said to the doctor who did the X-ray, ‘Can I play with this?’ He said, ‘It’s up to you’.”

He added: “I always say enjoy it, enjoy being around the people that you have. You can always learn from them, help each other. You never know when it’ll be the last time with those people.”