Premiership Rivals Set To Table Monster Bid To Lure Kyle Sinckler Away From Harlequins
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England prop Kyle Sinckler is a man in demand right now with his Harlequins contract set to expire at the end of the season and reports emerging that talks between the two have stalled.
Still only 26, the 2017 British and Irish Lions tourist has matured incredibly in the last year and is now widely regarded as one of the finest tightheads in the game, making the England number three shirt is own at the Rugby World Cup.
And he’s after the attracting the interest of Harlequins’ Premiership rivals Gloucester as a result, with the Cherry and Whites set to offer him as much as £500,000-a-season to lure him to Kingsholm according to a report in The Rugby Paper.
Tightheads have always been a hot commodity and it seems Sinckler will be able to name his price whether he stays or goes.