Lions back-rower Ross Moriarty saw his tour cut short by injury, but he’s still being pursued by at least seven clubs as he moves towards the end of his deal at Gloucester.
The 23-year-old has yet to make up his mind about where he will play when his Gloucester contract expires at the end of the coming season.
Moriarty is still away on an earned holiday that has seen him jet off to Barbados and Barcelona.
Wales Online suggest that there is interest from at least three of the Welsh regions, with the Scarlets, Cardiff Blues and the Dragons part of a long queue for the 23-year-old’s services. They’ve suggested Ospreys may also be interested.
Premiership big spenders Wasps and Leicester are rumoured to be preparing bids while Exeter Chiefs and Saracens are also interested.