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The Dragons are in talks to buy Wales international Josh Adams out of his contract, according to a report by WalesOnline this afternoon.
The talented winger has been one of the stars of the Aviva Premiership this season, and started both of Wale’s opening two games at this year’s Six Nations championship.
Bernard Jackman’s side have been hugely aggressive in signing players ahead of next season, with the Premiership being his biggest market, as he looks to bring Welsh players home so they are still eligible to play for the national side with the new rulings.
Adams’ contract runs until the end of next season, so Worcester are likely to command a fee for the winger. The report suggests Dragons are in ‘advanced talks’ and that a deal is ‘edging ever closer.’