One player each Aviva Premiership team should sign…

Sale Sharks: Paul Hill
The Sharks also have plenty reason to be excited for the new season with the back line signings of James O’Connor and Faf De Klerk standing out.

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However, they lack some power up front, which means 21-year-old Hill could be a great fit at the club.

He’s showed great potential at Saints, but being behind Brookes in the pecking order is not ideal for him.

Being a starter at Sale would give him the ability to push again for an England spot and help fill the gap that was left by Brian Mujati, Vadim Cobilas and Keiran Longbottom when they departed the club at the end of last season.


London Irish: Nathan Earle
London Irish have made a slew of signings in recent months and seem ready for life back in the premiership but Nathan Earle would give them that little bit extra. 

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Earle is also out of favour at Saracens and would get plenty of game time with The Exiles.

An explosive winger with power, pace and defence, he’d certainly help London Irish in their bid to stay in the top tier of English rugby