Wales back-rower Thomas Young is set to turn his back on international rugby and sign a new deal with Wasps, according to reports.
The flanker made his international debut against Tonga in 2017 before also appearing against Samoa on his country’s summer tour.
“I fully expect Thomas to be here next year,” Blackett told The Rugby Paper.
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“He spoke to me personally about how much he loved the club and how much he loves the players and the group.
“It amazed me actually and I’m hoping we’ll get something across the line in the near future.
Young joined Wasps in 2014 from Gloucester Rugby having come through the academy system at Cardiff Blues for whom he also made his senior debut.
Six Nations captains ranked by how much fun they’d be on a night out
What does the Six Nations and British Pubs have in common?
Well, sadly, they’re both shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic and it remains to be seen when either live rugby or enjoying a pint with your mates will be back on the table.
Inspired by an article from Give Me Sport, we rank them from 6-1.
6. Johnny Sexton (Ireland)
This is why pubs have coffee machines now. Strap yourselves in for some quiet chats around a cappuccino that you just have to imagine real hard is an Irish coffee. Persuade Johnny to the club and he’ll tell the DJ to ‘turn the music down’, before dialling a noise complaint to the police.