Owen Farrell Speaks About His Future For The First Time Following Saracens Relegation Fiasco
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The door is open.
England captain Owen Farrell hasn’t ruled out leaving Saracens at the end of the season as the club prepares to be relegated from the Premiership.
Saracens once again made headlines over the weekend when it was announced that they would be playing Championship rugby next season in a stunning turn of events following their ongoing salary cap fiasco.
The players were reportedly told the news on Friday morning with a story emerging that Farrell addressed the group afterwards and committed his future to the club no matter what happens.
But speaking at the launch of the Six Nations today, Farrell said nothing is “set in stone” with French club Lyon among a number of clubs who have already been linked with the outhalf.
“There are obviously ongoing chats,” Farrell told ITV.
“We have an idea of what our plan would be [in the Championship]
“For the lads that are coming into [England] camp, we’ve had a sit-down
“Obviously nothing is set in stone so we’re not in a position to talk about it. But we feel clear enough at this moment in time to get on with what’s in front of us and get excited.”