Wallabies star responds to reports he's moving back to the Premiership - Ruck

Wallabies star responds to reports he’s moving back to the Premiership

Wallabies playmaker Matt Toomua has responded to reports that suggest he could be potentially moving to Gallagher Premiership club Bath.

When asked about the report in The Rugby Paper, the Melbourne Rebels star told The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age he was looking at all options.

“Like all players, I am doing my best to analyse the ever-changing landscape that is professional sport,” To’omua said.

“I owe a lot to rugby in Australia and my plan is to continue playing here, if the situation permits. My aspirations post-playing career are sports admin, and I’d love to do everything I can to help the game in Australia.”

Bath Rugby transfers: 4 realistic replacements for Rhys Webb

Bath are set to lose two scrum-halves in the summer with Rhys Webb joining the Ospreys and Will Chudley set to be a free agent.

Webb was only ever join on a short-term deal having already agreed on a move to the Welsh Region, moving to the Rec after his deal at Toulon was terminated.

Meanwhile, Chudley has started eight Premiership games this season with another three appearances off the bench as he and Chris Cook have competed for the nine jersey for most of the 2019/20 campaign.

Here are four possible signings they could make:

1. Ben Spencer

The Saracens and England playmaker has been heavily linked with a move to the Rec, and certain reports suggest he’s already signed a three-year contract. However, two months on we’ve still had no confirmation, meaning we’ve had a look at some other options available to Bath boss Stuart Hooper.