Gabby Logan's son is an exciting talent, he has choice of three nations - Ruck

Gabby Logan’s son is an exciting talent, he has choice of three nations

Reuben Logan, the promising 18-year-old son of former Scotland wing Kenny Logan and renowned broadcaster Gabby Logan, is making waves in the rugby world.

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As a member of the Northampton Saints academy, Logan is garnering attention for his talent and potential.

Originally starting his rugby journey in the backs, Logan has transitioned into a back-rower. His senior debut for the Saints came in a commanding 55-5 victory over Cambridge RFC in the Premiership Rugby Cup earlier this season, marking a significant milestone in his burgeoning career.

While Logan had previously been involved in the Scotland pathway, he has since switched his allegiances to England, representing them at both U18 and U20 levels. Additionally, he holds Welsh qualifications through his grandfather Terry Yorath, the former Wales football manager, who hails from Cardiff.

With his multifaceted background and impressive skills on the field, many are tipping Logan for a bright future as a potential international star for England in the coming years.

Reflecting on his upbringing, Logan attributes much of his discipline and focus to his parents’ approach to technology usage. They instilled values of moderation, allowing him access to a phone only when older and limiting certain apps until he reached a certain age. This balanced upbringing has undoubtedly contributed to Logan’s maturity and dedication to his sport.

The Mid-Point with Gabby Logan podcast is currently available on streaming services.

Highest-paid players in the world:

As reported by Wales Online, let’s delve deeper into the earnings of today’s highest-paid rugby players.

Siya Kolisi (South Africa) – £800,000

Siya Kolisi, the inspirational Springbok captain, has enjoyed considerable success both on and off the field. His reported salary of £800,000 at Racing 92 reflects his value to the team and his standing as one of the sport’s most influential figures.

Siya Kolisi, Captain of South Africa celebrates after the Rugby World Cup Final match between New Zealand and South Africa at Stade De France, Paris on 29 October 2023 (Photo: Micah Crook/PPAUK)

Maro Itoje (England) – £800,000

Maro Itoje, the towering English lock, has been the subject of considerable speculation regarding his future earnings. While his reported salary of £800,000 with Saracens is impressive, potential hybrid deals with the RFU could see his income increase even further, highlighting his importance to both club and country.

Maro Itoje of England during the Six Nations Match between England and Wales at Twickenham, London on 10 February 2024 (Photo: Tom Sandberg/PPAUK)