"Sorted soon" - Danny Care confirms plans with contract up at the end of the season - Ruck

“Sorted soon” – Danny Care confirms plans with contract up at the end of the season

Veteran scrum-half Danny Care is set to play on for a 17th season at Harlequins after winning the Gallagher Premiership last season.

The 35-year-old, who had been linked with a move overseas, scored a match-winning try against Gloucester on Sunday and now wants to extend his stay at the Stoop.

“There’s definitely a desire,” he said when asked about extending his stay at The Stoop.

“I’ve always said that if I feel like I can still do it and I’m still enjoying it, I want to keep playing. My body feels as good as it’s done for a long time and the club have been good to me in terms of working out what I need to do in the week.

“I don’t chase any crazy lifts in the gym, I just do the stuff I need to do hopefully to perform at the weekend.

“If I can still help this team then I’d love to. I hope it will be sorted soon.”


Gallery: World’s highest-paid rugby players in 2022

#9=. Owen Farrell (Saracens) – £750k

The England skipper is heading into the final year of his contract at Saracens and is reported to be earning a substantial amount of money on his current deal with a number of unknown bonuses thought to be included.

#9=. Michael Hooper (Toyota Verblitz) – £750k

Last season he took a sabbatical in Japan and is reported to have been earning £750,000 with Toyota Verblitz.

#8. Beauden Barrett (Suntory Sungoliath) – £780k

On his year out in Japan with Suntory Sungoliath last year, the Daily Mail reports Barrett earned £780,000.

#7. Virimi Vakatawa (Gloucester) – £780k

Last year, Les Bleus’ centre signed a huge contract with Racing 92, according to reports in France.


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