Where Six of Saracens' England Internationals will play next season - report

Where Six of Saracens' England Internationals will play next season - report

The exodus at Saracens is gathering pace with six England internationals closing in on moves away from the relegated club according to a report by the Daily Mail.

Flanker Ben Earl, lock Nick Isiekwe, centre Alex Lozowski, hooker Jack Singleton and scrum-half Ben Spencer are all in advanced talks with Premiership rivals while second-rower George Kruis is considering a move to Japan, where he could command a deal worth around £500,000 a year.


 
 
 
According to the report, all the ambitious stars have been advised that playing in the Championship will harm their international prospects. 

 

 

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Newly capped Ben Earl is close to a loan move to Bristol while Isiekwe has held talks with Gloucester but Sale is his most likely destination.


 

 

Lozowski has been the subject of interest from Bath and Gloucester but Sale are also favourites to land the five-cap midfielder. Leicester have been looking to add a hooker to their ranks but the report states they can not afford Jamie George and have since turned to Jack Singleton.

 
 

Spencer is close to agreeing on a move to Bath.

 

 

World Cup winner Vincent Koch is considering a season in England's second-tier but Springbok director of rugby Rassie Erasmus has advised against and has been in talks with Sale and Bath.

 

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