REPORTS | Alex Lozowski rejects Bath to move elsewhere
England and Saracens back Alex Lozowski has reportedly rejected a move to Bath in favour of an alternative switch.
The 26-year-old is out of contract this summer and was set to leave Allianz Park in a bid to revive his international career with Sale also interested.
The son of former Wasps and England centre Rob, he moved to Saracens in 2016 after a two-year stint with his dad’s former club.
A part of two Premiership and European successes with Sarries, Lozowski was called up by England for a tour to Argentina in June 2017 and has since made five international appearances.
However, with the future of Premiership clubs now in doubt, he has reportedly agreed a deal to move across The Channel.
According to rugby transfer guru Neil Fissler in this weekend’s edition of The Rugby Paper, he will instead move to the Top 14, joining Toulouse on a one-year contract.
A natural playmaker with an abundance of attacking talent, you can read about the full details of the potential move by purchasing the latest edition of TRP.
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5 huge deals that could still happen ahead of 2020/21 season
As transfers continue to be completed ahead of the 2020/21 Premiership season, there are a number of moves still on the agenda…
1. Sergio Parisse (London Irish)
The Italy legend could continue his professional career in 2020/21 after London Irish offered him a lucrative one-year contract, according to RUCK sources.
With survival confirmed following Saracens relegation, London Irish have been on hunt for a marquee signing ahead of their move to Brentford FC’s new Community Stadium. It’s projected to have a capacity of 17,250.
This move could definitely still happen.