While some rumors sent him to Brive, last of the Top 14, Urios did not respond to the Corrèze club, explaining that he wanted first ” absorb “ his eviction, then devote himself to his wine estate before tackling his “next rugby project”. “Rugby is over for the moment, but it’s only a break. I need to ask myself, take stock and know what I really want to do. Where, how and with whom? he explained. Me, I move at the stroke of heart. When I left for Oyonnax (in 2007, he left the Top 14 to join a Pro D2 club), everyone asked me what I was going to do there, and finally, I did well to go (he won the Pro D2 championship in 2013). »
Replaced by his assistants Frédéric Charrier and Julien Laïrle, Urios, who had two and a half years left on his contract at the time of his departure, could receive around 1.2 million euros from UBB.