Danny Cipriani arrives in Paris as he contemplates next move - Ruck

Danny Cipriani arrives in Paris as he contemplates next move

Danny Cipriani has arrived in Paris to spend some time with former Wasps teammate Christian Wade, who recently signed permanently with Racing 92.

The 31-year-old penned a one-year deal with the Parisians after appearing for the outfit during their sevens tournament last month.

Free agent Cipriani, who has been a free agent since leaving Bath last June, has been linked with moves to France, Japan, and the USA.

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His trip to visit Wade has already sparked rumours that Cipriani could sign with the Parisians on a short-term deal.

The former England international has spent almost his entire career in his home country, having played for Wasps, Sale Sharks, Gloucester and Bath, although he did also spend some time in Australia with the Melbourne Rebels.

Although Cipriani struggled to make a massive impact last season with an out of form Bath side, just three years ago he was named as the Premiership’s player of the season

Danny Cipriani announces he is leaving Bath.

“My last couple games in England are fast arriving! I’ve decided to move on to experience a new country and make great memories with my family,” Cipriani said.

“Timing is key, play too early and the defence can read it. Play too late and you’ll never get the pass away. You’ve got to feel it then react accordingly!

“Over the years I’ve accrued some amazing loyal supporters. I’m grateful. From the bottom of my heart. Thank you.”

Sam Burgess voted worst England player since 2000

Sam Burgess is the worst player to pull on the England jersey since 2000, according to the results of a survey conducted by RUCK.

We asked over 1,000 fans to vote on who they think is the worst player to represent the men in white since 2012.

#5. Danny Cipriani – 3%

World-class on his day, but I don’t think any England fan will argue that the mercurial fly-half winning just 16 caps during his career can only be considered a complete disaster. He was never able to replicate his club form on the international stage. So disappointing.

Danny Cipriani of Bath Rugby during the Gallagher Premiership Rugby Match between Bath Rugby and Saracens at the Recreation Ground on 17 Oct. Photo: Steve Haag/PPAUK