Saracens release club statement on Billy & Mako Vunipola

BILLY VUNIPOLA AND MAKO VUNIPOLA RETURNED TO SARACENS AFTER VISITING FAMILY IN TONGA WHICH INCLUDED A SHORT STOP AT HONG KONG AIRPORT.

Travellers returning from Hong Kong are not currently subject to mandatory quarantine or self-isolation unless they become symptomatic.

Neither Billy or Mako have displayed symptoms of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) and on their return to London were assessed by the club’s medical staff.

The duo have been around the Saracens environment for the past couple of days, with the latter available for selection this weekend.

Saracens will continue to follow the Public Health England and World Health Organisation regulations surrounding coronavirus and the medical staff will be closely monitoring Billy and Mako on a regular basis.


Highest paid players in the Gallagher Premiership

12. Danny Cipriani (Gloucester) – £400,000

The fly-half was on £190,000 to £200,000 when he first joined the Cherry and Whites, which was a relatively modest wage for a player of his calibre and experience. It’s been reported that his new deal is closer to £400,000.

Danny Cipriani of Gloucester Rugby during the Gallagher Premiership Match between Saracens and Gloucester Rugby at Allianz Park, London on September 23. – PHOTO: Tom Sandberg/PPAUK

11. Joe Launchbury (Wasps) – £420,000

The England second-row became the clubs highest-paid player after extending his contract earlier this season.

9-. Chris Ashton (Sale Sharks) – £450,000

9=. Henry Slade (Exeter Chiefs) – £450,000

The Mail Online reported Slade will be paid around £450,000-a-year after signing a new two-year deal at Sandy Park earlier this year while teammate Jack Nowell will earn £350,000.

Elliot Daly of England, Henry Slade of England and Jack Nowell of England during the Quilter International Match between England and South Africa at Twickenham Stadium, Richmond, London on November 3. – PHOTO: Tom Sandberg/PPAUK

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