Wales International Becomes Latest Star To Join Major League Rugby
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Major League Rugby side San Diego Legion have completed the signing of Saracens lock Dominic Day ahead of their new season.
The American club also recently added former England and Toulon back-row Steffon Armitage to their ranks, with Day the latest established name set to ply his trade in the states.
Day is a Wales international, with three senior caps to his name, as well as a number of appearances at underage level. The 33-year-old made 32 appearances for Saracens during a two-year spell at Allianz Park, surpassing 100 Premiership matches in May.
“It’s been an amazing two years,” Day said on his time in north London.
“I’ve met a lot of really good people and have been a part of a team which has won four trophies since I’ve been here.
“It’s been more than I could ever have asked for. Saracens are a massive club and pride themselves on being up there and winning things; being part of that has been amazing.”