Ulster Rugby set to complete the signing of New Zealand outhalf

Done deal.

Ulster Rugby look to have finally landed an outhalf ahead of next season in the wake of Bill Burns’ move to provincial rivals, Munster.

According to the BBC, the northern province are set to complete the signing of Hurricanes playmaker, Aidan Morgan.

Morgan, who is qualified for Ireland through his grandparents, has reportedly signed a multi-year deal at Kingspan and will arrive in time for pre-season training.

Ulster have been searching for a 10 since it was announced that Burns was leaving and just 22, Morgan could be a long-term solution for Richie Murphy after he was recently handed the head coach role on a full-time basis.

It is expected that Ulster, who have already announced Werner Kok’s arrival for the 2024-25 season, will confirm the move next week.

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