Transfer Round-Up: Arundell signs, Bath & Sarries add players - Ruck

Transfer Round-Up: Arundell signs, Bath & Sarries add players

RUCK takes a look at all the latest transfer stories coming from the world of rugby…

Please remember these are internet rumours, gathered in one place for your convenience, not RUCK stories.

EXTENSION: London Irish have confirmed the signature of full-back Henry Arundell to a long-term contract with the Club. FULL STORY

SIGNED: Saracens have signed Argentine tight-head prop Eduardo Bello from Italian side Zebre ahead of the 2022-23 season. FULL STORY

DOUBLE: Two exciting young talents in JJ Tonks and Louie Hennessey will join Bath Rugby this summer. FULL STORY

STAYING: Back-row forward Tom Dodd has extended his stay with Warriors by signing a new one-year contract. FULL STORY

RUMOUR: The Melbourne Rebels have confirmed the departure of former Wallabies scrumhalf, Joe Powell. He’s headed overseas, expected to be announced by London Irish

BORROWED: Cornish Pirates have signed Ospreys lock James Fender on loan for the 2022-23 Championship season. FULL STORY

STAYING: London Irish have announced that Will Joseph have signed a new long-term contract with the Gallagher Premiership club. FULL STORY

EXTENSION: Bath Rugby have announced that full-back Darren Atkins has signed a contract extension with the Gallagher Premiership club. FULL STORY

GONE: Bath Rugby have confirmed the departure of a further five fringe players in addition to the big names already announced as departing the club this month. FULL STORY


LIST: 5 England stars who are free agents and available to sign

RUCK takes a look at the former England players who are still free agents to be signed after being released by their previous employers.


#1. Christian Wade

Wade, who left rugby for the NFL in 2018, has been hot and cold over a move to the Gallagher Premiership.

“Ultimately, [Wasps] do want me to come back,” Wade revealed in an exclusive interview with The Telergraph. with the all-time Premiership tries record, currently held by Chris Ashton on 95, in his sights just 13 ahead of his 82 league tries.

“I can do that in one season,” Wade says on overtaking Ashton’s mark. “I’ve been doing that since I was a kid. That’s something I’m intrigued by, being back in the Premiership one day to claim that title.”

Christian Wade of England (Wasps) who scored 3 tries against Barbarians – Photo mandatory by-line: Gareth Davies/Pinnacle – Tel: +44(0)1363 881025 – Mobile:0797 1270 681 – VAT Reg No: 183700120 – 31/05/2015 – SPORT – RUGBY UNION – England v Barbarians – Twickenham Stadium, Twickenham, London, England.