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Danny Cipriani has agreed a big-money deal to return to his former club Wasps after turning down interest from French giants Toulon and Aviva Premiership rivals Harlequins.
The 28-year-old Sale outhalf, who won the last of his 14 England caps against France last August but narrowly missed out on a place in Stuart Lancaster’s 31-man World Cup squad, is understood to have agreed a two-year deal worth around £300,000 a season.
Sportsmail have reoprted the deal will be announced by Wasps within the next 48 hours after terms were agreed on Monday. Cipriani will invoke a break clause in his current contract at Sale Sharks and his decision to leave the club he joined in 2013, with a year remaining on his contract.
*Update: Wasps have now officially confirmed that Cipriani has agreed a deal to re-join them next season.