Rumors in the French media reveals that four current England rugby players will leave the country.

Rumors in the French media reveals that four current England rugby players will leave the country.

If anyone is signing Sinckler based on the last 18 months of the form, they either need an eye test or a straight jacket.

Play expansive rugby at all costs, but first you must earn the right with the go-forward ball.
Start attacking the breakdown a little more because it’s obvious that referees in this World Cup are also favoring defending teams.

According to a recent article by Midi Olympique, as many as four current England rugby players may be leaving for France after the Rugby World Cup.

Even though England is currently leading the World Cup after victories over Argentina and Japan in Pool D, some of their players may be considering the possibility of continuing their careers in France.

According to reports this week, the group of players—Kyle Sinckler, Elliot Daly, Will Stuart, and Lewis Ludlam—has attracted the interest of a number of Top 14 teams.

At the age of 30, Sinckler is in a critical stage of his career and, based on reports, his deal with Pat Lam’s Bristol is about to expire. The former British and Irish Lions player and stalwart for Harlequins, who is entering his prime as a prop, is reportedly part of the conversation.

Will Stuart, a tighthead who is emerging as a star in the front row of English rugby, is also in a precarious contractual situation as his time with Bath draws to a close.

Will Stuart is reportedly being considered by Toulon, who had their sights set on Demba Bamba before.

As Rabah Slimani’s future is uncertain, ASM Clermont, Union Bordeaux-Begles, and Castres Olympique are all looking to add a tighthead, with Stuart and Sinckler at the top of their lists.

Elliot Daly, a utility back for Saracens, is yet another player attracting the attention of French recruiters.
Under Steve Borthwick, the former British & Irish Lions veteran’s versatility and depth of experience have made him an invaluable asset for England, and several French clubs are reportedly eager to capitalize on his abilities.

Lewis Ludlam, a versatile back-row forward renowned for his physicality and work ethic, has also caught the attention of Top 14 teams.
If he were to sign with one of these organizations, he would have to forgo his promising England career—at least temporarily.

The back row of the Northampton Saints has performed admirably for England thus far in France.

Former England players Sam Simmonds, Jack Nowell, and Harry Williams are among the Gallagher Premiership athletes who have already signed with their respective clubs in France and are currently enjoying new careers there.
England flyer Henry Arundell has also already committed to Racing 92.

David Ribbans, a second row player, has already pledged his allegiance to Toulon.

George Ford, a flyhalf for Sale Sharks and England, has additionally been linked to Racing 92 on numerous occasions.


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