Cardiff Blues and Wales winger Alex Cuthbert says his preferred option is to stay with the Cardiff Blues.
The centre will leave Cardiff Blues next summer. The club's chairman says it's now 'impossible' for the regions to compete financially.
Cardiff Blues will return to the Arms Park next season following an agreement by Cardiff City Football Club to terminate their lease.
The Blues have have lost at home to Worcester in the first round of the LV Anglo-Welsh cup.
There has been a try a piece for the two sides at the Arms Park - the Blues going ahead through a Dacey score but Treviso then taking the lead through a Campagnaro touchdown. 13-10 is the half time score.
The Blues have just kicked off in the Pro12 against Treviso at the Arms Park. They are hosting the Italian side, who are one place below them in the table, but level on points. The Blues have nine players out on international duty with Wales.
Cardiff Blues have tonight confirmed that hooker Matthew Rees is to undergo further medical treatment at Velindre Hospital, as he targets a return to rugby. It was announced last month that Blues and Wales star Rees was to take an enforced spell away from the game.
– Cardiff Blues
Cardiff Blues have today confirmed that club captain Matthew Rees is to undergo further medical treatment that will extend his time away from the game. Matthew has asked the region to pass on his sincere gratitude for the many messages he has received from well-wishers over the last two weeks and to thank the media for respecting his privacy at this time.The region will continue to support Matthew and his family in every way possible throughout this period and we look forward to his return to rugby in the future.
Ulster secured a confident 39-21 win over Cardiff Blues at Ravenhill. The home side scored five tries on their way to victory. Tries from Robin Copeland and Richard Smith and 11 points from the boot of Leigh Halfpenny were not enough for the visitors, who lie eighth in the Pro 12 table.
Cardiff Blues have wished Matthew Rees "a speedy recovery" and said they "look forward to seeing him back in action in the future", after it was announced he will have testicular surgery.
The 32-year-old hooker joined the club from the Scarlets in the summer, and was made Blues captain.
He led the region to a shock victory over Heineken Cup holders Toulon at the weekend.
The Blues say he will miss Friday's game away at Ulster, as he takes an "enforced spell away from rugby."
Rees has won 58 caps for Wales, and played for the Lions in South Africa in 2009.
Cardiff Blues captain Matthew Rees is to take an 'enforced spell away from rugby,' his club says.
In a statement released this morning, Cardiff Blues says the Wales international is to undergo testicular surgery.
Club Statement: Matthew Rees http://t.co/TF5Y32JnJB
Cardiff Blues were left rattled in the first-half of their Heineken Cup opener, after Exeter Chiefs scored five first-half tries, including three in a five minute spell.
The Blues mounted a second-half comeback, securing a try-scoring bonus point for their effort, but had left their charge too late as Exeter claimed a 44-29 victory.
Their first try came with 25 minutes to play, when scrum-half Lloyd Williams picked up from the base of a ruck to race 25 metres to the line and Leigh Halfpenny adding the conversion. An opportunist try from replacement back row Robin Copeland gave the Blues their second.
Alex Cuthbert's try was awarded after the referee consulted the TMO, but Halfpenny's conversion attempt hit the far upright. Harry Robinson gave the visitors their try-scoring bonus point with his effort.
Full time at Sandy Park. Exeter Chiefs 44 - 29 Cardiff Blues #HeinekenCup
The Blues fought back in the second half with tries from Lloyd Williams, Robin Copeland, Alex Cuthbert and Harry Robinson, but the victory went to the home side. Exeter Chiefs 44-29 Cardiff Blues.
Half time at Sandy Park. Score: Exeter Chiefs 36 - 3 Cardiff Blues #HeinekenCup
A Leigh Halfpenny penalty gave Cardiff Blues their own points on the board in the first half of their Heineken Cup clash against Exeter Chiefs. It's Exeter Chiefs 36-3 Cardiff Blues at half time.