Shaun Edwards may stay in Rugby Union and join Premiership club after u-turn
Shaun Edwards may back out of taking over as Wigan head coach next season in favour of a rugby union stay, according to reports.
However, the league legend is seemingly loving his time in
TRANSFER RUMOUR: There is talk that Shaun Edwards may return to Wasps after the Rugby World Cup rather than going to Wigan.
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— RugbyInsideLine (@RugbyInsideLine) February 26, 2019
Edwards had a 10-year stint with Wasps as defence and backs coach but left the position at the end of 2011 to become Wales assistant coach to Warren Gatland.
Before the Six Nations, Wigan Chairman Ian Lenagan said that Adrian Lam could potentially remain as the club’s head coach if he was a success this season.
However, that decision may well be taken out of his hands with Edwards sought after in the 15-man game and reluctant to fully commit to his move to the Warriors.