If reports are to be believed, Scotland international Adam Hastings will complete a big-money move to Premiership side Gloucester, according to Rugby Pass.
The newest member of a famous rugby dynasty, Adam is the third Hastings to represent the senior Scotland side, following in the footsteps of his father Gavin, and uncle Scott. Together, Gavin and Adam are the 15th father and son combination to represent Scotland.
The stand-off, who won two Scottish Schools Cup titles with George Watson’s, joined Glasgow Warriors from English Premiership side Bath in 2017,
The Cherry & Whites, who have also linked with South African-born Scotland international Jaco van der Walt and Wales playmaker Jarrod Evans by The Rugby Paper, are clearly on the hunt for a fly-half.
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Edinburgh goalkicker van der Walt made his international debut last month, while Evans has only.won six caps despite stellar form with Cardiff Blues.
Skivington has also been linked with a move for Leicester Tigers youngster Tom Hardwick.