|Imhoff in Heineken Cup action vs the Cardiff Blues|
Imhoff, himself, admited to being surprized to have been offered a three-year deal by Racing Métro. He told scrum that I was surprised when it was offered (to me). I was told that if I were selected I could play in it (The Rugby Championship) without problems. The offer is in Imhoff´s words, concrete and is for three additional years after he had signed for the current season as a Medical Joker to replace the injured pair of former French winger Benjamin Fall and Italy´s Mirco Bergamasco. Despite the generous offer, Imhoff is yet to determine whether or not he will remain at Racing Métro as he has confirmed that he has also been approached by other clubs who interested in his signature.
His decision will also depend on that of Juan Martín Hernández with Imhoff saying that "Whatever I do in my life there is so much talk with him. I can´t tell you that if Juani (leaves Racing Métro) I will too, but ... It is always important to have an Argentine team. So his decision and that of the boys (Alvaro Galindo, Juan Orlandi and Gonzalo Quesada) will weigh in as I finish deciding"
Since linking up with Racing Métro, Imhoff has played eleven matches, ten in the starting lineup, and has scored four tries. His tries has all been impressive and have seen him speed past the likes of Chris Paterson, Tom James, and a magical solo performance vs Perpignan. He joined Racing Métro after Rugby World Cup 2011 where he scored two tries and was selected after only having previously played four tests - one vs Wales in the leadup to New Zealand 2011, two vs Chile and one vs Uruguay. His future as a Pumas winger and he is certain to add plenty of explosive pace in attack. This characteristic of his play is what offers Argentina so much as he goes against the style of winger that has usually been utilized for international matches. In this way, Imhoff has the potential to be Argentina´s version of Shane Williams.