England and Exeter Chiefs flanker Matt Kvesic has reportedly ‘signed a deal’ to return to his boyhood club Worcester Warriors in the summer.
The Rugby Paper, who revealed a few weeks back that their was interest from both Bristol and Worcester, revealed today that Alan Solomons had convinced him to return to Sixways.
The talented open-side made his senior debut for the Midlanders in November 2009, featuring in an Anglo-Welsh Cup encounter against the Scarlets. In doing so, he became the youngest player to represent the Warriors in the professional era.
Kvesic stayed at Sixways until 2013, finishing his time at the club by being named as Player of the Year and Players’ Player during the 2012-13 campaign, before sealing a move to the Cherry & Whites and later Exeter Chiefs.
It’s also reported that the club will offer centre Ryan Mills a new deal after RUCK exclusively revealed he was looking to secure an early release from his current contract with Bath and Wasps interested.
Mills, who joined Worcester in the summer of 2014 and can also play at fly-half, was invited to senior England training camps in 2017 but has yet to be capped.