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.
Defending champions Leinster moved back to the top of the RaboDirect PRO12 table with their sixth successive victory, last night, over Cardiff.
Leinster ran in four tries to the hosts' three, with Jimmy Gopperth finishing with 14 points thanks to two penalties and four conversions.
Gareth Davies, Kristian Dacey and Dan Fish touched down for the Blues.
Cardiff Blues Director of Rugby Phil Davies described his side's defeat to Glasgow Warriors as "gut-wrenching", after they let slip a seven-point lead in the final ten minutes.
Robin Copeland crossed the line first for the Blues at the Arms Park, but Lee Jones hit back for Glasgow before half-time.
Lewis Jones scored the Blues' second try, and three more penalties gave them a 20-13 lead.
Scores from James Eddie and Mark Bennett, with two minutes left, then snatched victory for Glasgow in the PRO12 clash.
Davies said: "It was gut-wrenching and disappointing. It was a game we needed to try and win. We didn't get the control that we needed to put them away. There was some great passages of play at times, but we were nowhere near consistent enough. That has been the same for the season."
Cardiff Blues suffered a 54-13 defeat away at Munster last night in the RaboDirect PRO12.
The home side's six-try victory gave them their biggest win of the season.
The Blues were only 19-13 behind at the break, but a run of tries from Simon Zebo and Gerhard van den Heever, coupled with a penalty try put the hosts in full control.
Wales international Leigh Halfpenny has signed for French club Toulon, according to reports by The Telegraph.
The full-back will reportedly leave current club Cardiff Blues to join the Heineken Cup holders in the summer.
Cardiff Blues have been beaten 43-20 by Toulon in the Heineken Cup this afternoon.
Second row Filo Paulo and prop Sam Hobbs scored tries for the Blues in France.
Reigning European champions Toulon were awarded three penalty tries in the second half to qualify for the competition's knockout stages.
Cardiff Blues clinched a much-needed 21-13 derby win against Newport Gwent Dragons at the Arms Park.
Leigh Halfpenny's reliable boot helped the Blues on their way to victory as they brought an end to their four-match winless streak in the Pro 12.
Dragons' Will Harries scored the only try of the match, but it wasn't enough to deny the home supporters the win they wanted, as Halfpenny secured five penalties, to score 15 of the home side's 21 points.
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Cardiff Blues welcome Newport Gwent Dragons to the Arms Park today hoping it will be third time lucky after two derby defeats in the festive period.
The Blues lost 19-22 at home to Ospreys on 20 December, before their 22-16 defeat against the Dragons at Rodney Parade on Boxing Day.
Cardiff Blues: Leigh Halfpenny; Alex Cuthbert, Richard Smith, Dafydd Hewitt, Harry Robinson; Rhys Patchell, Lloyd Williams; 1 Sam Hobbs (capt), Marc Breeze, Benoit Bourrust, Macauley Cook, Filo Paulo, Rory Watts-Jones, Robin Copeland, Josh Navidi.
Replacements: Rhys Williams, Gethin Jenkins, Scott Andrews, Chris Dicomidis, Ellis Jenkins, Lewis Jones, Gareth Davies, Gavin Evans.
Dragons: Daniel Evans; Will Harries, Pat Leach, Ashley Smith, Matthew Pewtner; Jason Tovey, Wayne Evans; Owen Evans, T Rhys Thomas, Dan Way, Matthew Screech, Rob Sidoli (capt), Netani Talei, Toby Faletau, Lewis Evans.
Replacements: Sam Parry, Aaron Coundley, Francisco Chaparro, Adam Jones, Nic Cudd, Richie Rees, Steffan Jones, Ross Wardle.
Thousands turned out at Rodney Parade to watch the second Welsh Pro12 derby of the day between Newport Gwent Dragons and Cardiff Blues.
It was anyone's game going into the second half with 10 points each.
Blues' Kristian Dacey scored a try and 11 points were scored by the boot of Leigh Halfpenny.
But, Jason Tovey managed to put 17 points on the board for the hosts and a try from Toby Faletau was enough for the Dragons to secure a win.
The Ospreys have defeated the Cardiff Blues tonight 22 - 19 at Cardiff Arms Park with Dan Biggar being named as Man of the Match.
It's half time at Cardiff Arms Park and the Ospreys are leading by 15 - 10 against the Cardiff Blues in the Rabo Direct Pro12 match.