England speedster Anthony Watson is set to leave Bath at the end of the 2020/21 Premiership season, according to RUCK sources.
The 26-year-old, who had been linked with a move to Racing 92, is instead set to reunite with former England coach Paul Gustard at Harlequins.
The England International has made 105 appearances for Bath since signing from London Irish in 2013 and has portrayed his secure defence and elusive attacking style for his country, as well as representing the British and Irish Lions in 2017.
Having represented England through the age-groups, he made his full international debut in November 2014 against New Zealand and is now considered as an England regular.
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Utilised by the Red Rose on the wing, by the summer of 2016, Watson’s red-hot form had seen him score 12 tries in 24 international matches.
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5 sets of rugby brothers you didn’t know about
When you think of brothers in rugby the likes of the Vunipola’s, Jonny and Richie Gray and…er George and Joe Ford, come to mind.
We decided to look at some of the famous players with brothers in the game you might not have heard of and there’s a few in here that may surprise you.
1. Graham Hogg
Scotland fullback Stuart Hogg’s brother, Graham, has played for Scotland in the IRB Sevens World Series as well as representing his country at under-18, under-19 and under-20. A very talented player, his career did not take off in the same way as his younger brother due to a number of serious knee injuries.