England International Kyle Sinckler Set To Leave Harlequins For Premiership Rivals
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England international prop Kyle Sinckler looks set to leave Harlequins at the end of the season in an absolutely massive deal.
The 26-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season and has been linked with a number of English clubs including Gloucester and Bristol Bears with Quins seemingly unable to match the money on offer for the 2017 Lions tourist.
And it looks like it’s Bristol that have won the race, with Sportsmail reporting that a deal worth £500k-a-season is all but done for the tighthead unless “Quins can somehow find funds within the £7m salary cap at the 11th hour to keep him.”
Sinckler would become one of the highest paid forwards in the game with should the deal go through and would join Fijian superstar Semi Radradra at Pat Lam’s side next season.