One of the brightest young talents of English rugby would have been installed in France


One of the brightest young talents of English rugby would be on the point of settling in France, according to information published in Midi Olympique.The tendency of the players of the Gallagher Premiership to cross the channel seems to continue this week, while Agen is on the verge of signing one of the brilliant young rugby players of England.

Saracens, the central london, is currently the main club to see that a multitude of its best players moving to France, the Australia’s Will Skelton, 28 years old, being the last one to have entered into an agreement with La Rochelle.

After you have impressed this winter in a season where the Saracens have continued to retain the Champions Cup, the lock of 6 feet 8 inches, has agreed to come back permanently before the 2017/18 season.

Reports in France suggest that Agen could be on the verge of signing Gabriel Ibitoye, 22-year-old, very popular with Harlequins. The winger is regarded by many as a future international start for the men in white.

The French newspaper has revealed that the club was on the point of moving the winger English very appreciated. Agen has been busy so far this summer on the transfer market, signing many of the young French players exciting.

His impressive performance against Clermont in the Champions Cup last season put him firmly in the spotlight in French.

Ibitoye has confirmed a contract extension with Harlequins early 2018, stating: “I am absolutely delighted to re-sign in this great club. We have a group of boys exciting, which, I believe, can do something special over the next few years. ”

Harlequins has recently revealed that another top player leave the club.

Vereniki Goneva leaves Harlequins for the ProD2 French, it has been revealed. Stade Montois has confirmed that the player is 36-year-old will play for them next season.

It puts an end to eight years to a remarkable Premiership for Goneva. The winger, fijian-6’2, 102 kg, who can also play centre, is a marker prolific and will bring pace and power to the back line and French.

Nothing has been confirmed with Gabriel Ibitoye and his future in English rugby.


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