Alex Cuthbert Agrees Deal With Aviva Premiership Club
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On the move.
Wales international winger Alex Cuthbert has agreed a deal to move to Premiership champions Exeter Chief at the end of the season, according to a report in The Rugby Paper this morning.
The 27-year-old announced at the start of the year that he would be leaving Cardiff at the end of the current season. Reports have long suggested he was set to move to France, but it now appears the Chiefs have signed him to a two-year deal.
Cuthbert will no longer be eligible to Wales selection when he makes the move, having only racked up 47 caps, 13 short of the 60 required to remain eligible.
Rob Baxter has been in the market for a top-class winger so he can look at moving Jack Nowell to fullback or even into the centre.