White, 23, played for Toulouse during their Championship campaign last season, before staying on to play in the French Elite League during the autumn and winter.
The Manly-born winger qualifies to play for France through his mother, and also holds English nationality, making him a potentially attractive proposition for Super League clubs who have already maximised their alloted quota spots.
Following the completion of the French season, he has now opted to leave Toulouse and put himself on the open market.
"Jason Robinson is one of my heros, a guy who came out and conquered adversity with the great footwork and other skill gifts he was given. Jason worked closely with my Australian S&C coach, Marty Hulme, in his days at Wigan and I’ve received lot’s of encouragement through his story and others. Stepping out into adversity to achieve great things is something that makes this sport and the people within it special – and I’m keen to lead the way for others as an example to achieve.
"So if someone will trial me, I’ll be on the first plane to England to prove what i can bring to the sport. They have nothing to lose, and I promise I have everything to give."
In 2011, he scored 14 tries in 24 appearances for Toulouse in their final season in the Championship, before they opted to return to play in the French domestic league.
Almost 20 years since the two clubs played in a cross-code challenge series as the best two sides in each code, Wigan and Bath have linked up again for some dual-training in the south west this week.
The RFL referees take on a Wakefield Chairman's select team in an 80 minute game of touch rugby league to raise money for the RFL Benevolent Fund.
Rugby League will pay its respects to the servicemen and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice in armed conflict over the last 100 years by laying five commemorative wreaths during a ceremony at the Cenotaph in London on Friday (11.00am).