London Irish have confirmed that Albert Tuisue will leave the Club to join Gloucester Rugby following the conclusion of the 2021/22 season.
The Fijian back row, who to date has made 61 appearances and scored 20 tries for the Exiles, joined the Club in January 2019.
Despite their best efforts to keep him at London Irish, Tuisue has decided to depart.
“It was a very hard decision to leave London Irish but the offer on the table was too good to turn down,” said Tuisue.
“Everyone at the Club has been so welcoming since I arrived, and I have enjoyed my time here.
“We still have half a season to play, and I am committed to giving it everything I have in the Irish jersey.”
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