Ulster Eyeing Up Aviva Premiership Star To Replace Paddy Jackson
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Wasps playmaker Danny Cipriani has attracted some interest from Ulster, as the northern province look for a replacement for the recently sacked Paddy Jackson.
The Rugby Paper are reporting that Racing 92, Stade Francais and Ulster are all in the market for Cipriani, who’s contract with Wasps is up at the end of the season.
The 30-year-old has 14 caps for England, and looks destined to leave the Premiership, after being snubbed by current England head coach Eddie Jones for the last couple of seasons.
With both Ross Byrne and Joey Carbery set to snub a move up north, Cipriani could be the man to solve Ulster’s problems at ten next season.