England winger Max Malins confirms new club in statement - Ruck

England winger Max Malins confirms new club in statement

Max Malins has confirmed he will sign for Bristol Bears from July 2023 on a two-year deal.

The 25-year-old, who spent the 2019/20 season at Ashton Gate, was last season’s leading Premiership try scorer, with 16.

“I’m delighted to have signed with the Bears. During my loan period, I was made to feel very welcome by the fans, thoroughly enjoyed my rugby and made some good friends,” Malins told the club website. 

“I look forward to returning and hope to carry on where I left off.”

Malins has been capped 14 times by England since making his international debut in November 2020.

Director of Rugby, Pat Lam, added: “Max is already one of the top players in the Gallagher Premiership and he made a huge impact during his loan spell with us at the Bears.

“We are all looking forward to welcoming him back into our team again.

Richest Gallagher Premiership owners: Worcester rock bottom

Gallagher Premiership owners are growing richer than ever before, but how much are they worth?

There’s currently trouble at Worcester Warriors, which isn’t awfully surprising when you compare their owners wealth to their Premiership rivals

Four clubs have no clear owner:

The full list is made up of data from talkSPORTThe Mirror and The Sun.

Exeter Chiefs: N/A

Club states that it remains owned by 700 members, the shares held by John Lockyer, Bob Staddon, Paul Derbyshire and Ian Pugsley acting as trustees.

Leicester Tigers owner: N/A

Most recent annual return notes a large number of individual shareholders; club states that no person owns 50% or more of the club shares.

Saracens: N/A

No overall controlling party following the purchase of the club from Nigel Wray.

Northampton Saints owner: N/A

No overall controlling party.

Now, take a look through the gallery to reveal the estimated net worth of the Gallagher Premiership’s owners and top shareholders.