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Author Topic: Daly going to Saracens  (Read 1065 times)

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harlequins

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Daly going to Saracens
« on: Thursday 06-Dec-2018, 11:32 »
Looks like Daly has found a clause in his contract to be able to go to Saracens a year before his contract expires. I wonder who is leaving Saracens to release salary.
« Last Edit: Thursday 06-Dec-2018, 16:26 by harlequins »

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Re: Daly going to Saracens
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 06-Dec-2018, 14:01 »
A bit of clever book keeping should negate any worries about the salary cap.
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Re: Daly going to Saracens
« Reply #2 on: Thursday 06-Dec-2018, 14:18 »
As far as I understand, and I accept I may be wrong!,  its a contract clause around Wasps building a dedicated training facility within a specified time which they haven't done......

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Re: Daly going to Saracens
« Reply #3 on: Thursday 06-Dec-2018, 14:23 »
Aren't Sarries losing Marcelo Bosch?  Would free up a bit of cash, but Daly will be on top dollar.  Interesting to see where he plays.  Has said he prefers 13, but they've got Loz and Tompkins who are both very decent, so might have to slot in at wing (where he is class), or 15 (where's not...yet).

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Re: Daly going to Saracens
« Reply #4 on: Thursday 06-Dec-2018, 16:13 »
Wigglesworth has just signed a new contract

harlequins

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Re: Daly going to Saracens
« Reply #5 on: Thursday 06-Dec-2018, 16:26 »
perhaps Sarries are just signing the whole England team?

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Re: Daly going to Saracens
« Reply #6 on: Thursday 06-Dec-2018, 21:55 »
I heard it on here that Itoje could be signing for Quins!!

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Re: Daly going to Saracens
« Reply #7 on: Thursday 06-Dec-2018, 22:20 »
Wasps crisis deepens - further names set to be added to the list departing club

Things seem to be going from bad to worse for Wasps at the moment, who recently recorded rising financial losses and increased debt, as well as reports circulating that Nathan Hughes, Elliot Daly and Willie le Roux are set to leave the club.

Hughes has been linked with a £500,000 move to Bristol Bears, Daly is reportedly set to join Saracens – for a salary, RugbyPass understands, lower than the one he was offered by Wasps – and Le Roux seems to be bound for a stint in Japan.

RugbyPass sources have confirmed to us three more names to add to the list, with Jake Cooper-Woolley, Matt Mullan and Simon McIntyre all also set to depart the club.

Mullan and McIntyre are both edging closer to agreeing terms with other clubs, whilst Cooper-Woolley has agreed a lucrative deal with Sale Sharks. Sale have been struggling to find a tighthead to anchor their scrum in recent seasons, but believe enough in Cooper-Woolley to invest £300,000 a season in the prop, a substantial increase on his current salary at Wasps.

In addition to those departures, both Joe Simpson and Will Stuart are likely to leave the club, too. Simpson is one of the last players at the club from their time in High Wycombe, whilst Stuart is one of the more promising players to come through the club’s academy in recent seasons.

Should all these moves be confirmed, Wasps are going to have sizeable holes to fill at loosehead, tighthead, number eight, scrum-half, outside centre and full-back.

Wasps director of rugby Dai Young clearly has his work cut out this season, not only trying to convince a number of players to stay, but also to fill the numerous holes rapidly emerging in the Coventry-based side’s squad.




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Re: Daly going to Saracens
« Reply #8 on: Friday 07-Dec-2018, 08:07 »
Speaking to my guys in the know, Daly did indeed use the 'no new training ground' clause in his contract. And it's also understood he'll be going to play 13. That is a complication for Sarries and EJ and Sarries agreed that Lozowski will be considered a 13 and played there.

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Re: Daly going to Saracens
« Reply #9 on: Friday 07-Dec-2018, 08:24 »
Apparently they are signing Singleton from Worcs also

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Re: Daly going to Saracens
« Reply #10 on: Friday 07-Dec-2018, 08:27 »
Must be depressing being a back in the Saracens Academy...
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Re: Daly going to Saracens
« Reply #11 on: Friday 07-Dec-2018, 08:56 »
Would that explain why Wasps want Boyce.

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Re: Daly going to Saracens
« Reply #12 on: Friday 07-Dec-2018, 09:19 »
Boyce is apparently on his way to Bath. 

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Re: Daly going to Saracens
« Reply #13 on: Friday 07-Dec-2018, 09:26 »
But what is going wrong at Wasps? I thought they were all sorted out. New stadium, 4th in table, finances more on an even keel. Why are so many people rumoured to be going?

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Re: Daly going to Saracens
« Reply #14 on: Friday 07-Dec-2018, 09:39 »
But what is going wrong at Wasps? I thought they were all sorted out. New stadium, 4th in table, finances more on an even keel. Why are so many people rumoured to be going?

Seems the training facilities are the major problem. They are woeful and all promises of sorting it out seem to be broken. I'm guessing that any solution is nowhere near.

 

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