Gloucester fly-half Danny Cipriani’s negotiations with the Cherry and Whites have reportedly stalled with reports he might depart Kingsholm beginning to gather to make pace.
According to RugbyPass, the second year of his current deal has a release clause in it that can be activated by the player and that negotiations to restructure that second year of his deal have broken down.
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The 31-year-old signed for close to £200k with Gloucester, rejecting offers of over double that from France, in a remarkable show of his determination and desire to play for England again.
However, after being left of the Autumn Internationals as well as the Six Nations by Eddie Jones, he is now considering a big-money move elsewhere as he nears the end of his career.
Numerous teams in France along with Bath and Harlequins are monitoring his situation.