Wallabies playmaker Quade Cooper remains uncertain if Saturday's Test against Japan will be his last for 2021 with discussions continuing between the Wallabies and his Japanese club Kintetsu.
Cooper is set to line up for the Oita Test this Saturday but may miss the remaining three Tests against Scotland, England and Wales.
The 33-year-old stated that a decision on his playing status was above his pay grade and he would support his club after it allowed him to join the Wallabies squad during the Rugby Championship.
Cooper says he is not 100% sure as conversations are still happening behind the scenes between the Wallabies and Kintetsu.
He says he's got nothing but respect for his club and they have been very supportive.
The Wallabies face Japan at 4.45pm this Saturday.
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