Danny Cipriani: Ex-england fly-half to be released from Bath at the end of the season

Danny Cipriani
Danny Cipriani won his final England cap in a 25-10 win against South Africa during 2018's summer tour

Ex-england fly-half Danny Cipriani will leave Bath to join an international club at the end the season.

With eight starts, the 34-year old played 14 games for the club in this season.

The former player for the Sale, Wasps, and Melbourne Rebels joined Bath in March 2021After you have left Gloucester in December 2020.

He was awarded 16 England caps during a career with some controversial moments like being hit by a bus on a team night out being fined after admitting an assaultDuring a pre-season trip to Jersey.

Bath announced the signing of Northampton fly-half Piers FrancisOn Thursday, we also have Orlando Bailey, a highly-rated fly-half from our country, under contract for next year.

He stated, “My last few games in England have been fast arriving” posted on Instagram.external-link

“I have decided to move on and experience a new country with my family.

“Over the years, there have been many loyal supporters. I'm grateful. From the bottom of our hearts. “Thank you.”

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