Dagg, who is poised to play his 58th test when the All Blacks seek a record 18th successive test win when hosting the Wallabies in Auckland on Saturday, has been targeted for Toulon for 2017.
The 28-year-old Crusaders fullback, who now finds himself on the All Blacks right wing, has been linked to a potential move to bolster Mourad Boudjellal's foreign team, Toulon.
Matt Giteau is likely to retire after this season and fellow Wallaby Drew Mitchell is likely not to be offered a contract extension, Dagg has become a big target.
If Dagg heads overseas he would link up with former All Black Ma'a Nonu, who would ideally form a strong bond for Toulon.
However, with Dagg's test career rejuvenated - and his decision to remove a 'get out' clause from his New Zealand Rugby contract in January - suggests he may be content to remain in New Zealand. Only time will tell.....