Wales scrum-half Aled Davies is set to join Saracens from Ospreys, having also been a target for Bath.
The 27-year-old was part of Wales’ World Cup squad last year but he has played no part in the current Six Nations under new boss Wayne Pivac.
His arrival would bolster Saracens’ options at scrum-half, with both Ben Spencer and Richard Wigglesworth attracting interest from Premiership clubs.
Davies, who has won 20 caps since making his international debut in 2017, is quick at the breakdown and renowned for his sharp passing.
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Jack Singleton | The hooker had been targeted by Leicester Tigers, but is now likely joining Gloucester