Saracens have announced that Christian Judge will re-join the club after signing a two-year deal to return to StoneX Stadium.
The tighthead prop, who originally joined back in 2018 on loan from Cornish Pirates went on to make 22 appearances for the Men in Black that season, including the Premiership Final victory over Exeter Chiefs at Twickenham.
He then signed for Bath and has since moved to Worcester, but the 29-year-old prop who will add 120kg to the front-row is now heading back to the capital for a second spell in Red and Black.
Judge is delighted to be making the move back to North London.
“To be rejoining Saracens is something I’m hugely excited about. My first season with the club was an unforgettable experience and for me it’s a special place. I’m looking forward to getting stuck back in and making more memories.
“I’d also like to thank and wish everyone at Worcester Warriors all the best for the future. Whilst results haven’t always gone our way, it has been a great privilege to represent the club and work alongside some brilliant people.”
Director of Rugby Mark McCall is looking forward to welcoming Judge back to StoneX.
“We are delighted to be welcoming Christian back to the club this summer. Judgey was a well- respected and popular member of the group during his loan spell and he returns having picked up invaluable experience over the last three seasons. We are convinced that his best days are ahead of him.”
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The loosehead, who has made 220 appearances for the Men in Black in his nine-year spell in North London has been a huge part of the success both domestically and on the European front.
The 31-year-old played in all four of the successful Premiership finals at Twickenham, and also won three European Cups to add to his incredible record at Saracens.
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