England hopeful Cameron Redpath is reported in the middle of transfer tug-of-war for his services.
According to Rugby Pass, the 20-year-old son of Scotland legend Bryan Redpath, is wanted by both Bath and Exeter Chiefs.
Between a famous father and the fact he opted to represent England rather than Scotland, Redpath is a player who has garnered a lot of attention since coming through the Sale Sharks academy.
Standing at 6’2, Redpath offers a carrying threat in midfield but it is his fast thinking and vision that have made him a favourite for the Sharks.
He linked up with the England squad for training last week and was previously selected in England’s 34 man squad for their tour to South Africa but was unable to travel with the squad because of injury.
Sale Sharks would like to hang onto him – but understand he may receive a more lucrative offer from elsewhere.
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Ollie Lawrence – 20
This powerhouse centre is one of the hottest prospects in the Gallagher Premiership who will look to shine for Worcester Warriors following Ben Teo’s departure to French outfit Toulon.
Lawrence combines formidable pace and strength with a top–draw skillset that makes him one of the most well-rounded midfield players to break onto the English scene for years.
The twenty-year-old has already been on the radar of Eddie Jones – having trained with the full England squad in the run-up to their 2018 summer tour to South Africa.
He has caught the eye of former England fly-half Andy Goode who has watched him in training stating, “Watch out! Ollie Lawrence is going to be some player.”
The Worcester Warriors star has recently returned to action following a lengthy injury lay-off in the 2018-2019 season and looks set to take England’s top flight by storm this year.