Rugby playing team Saracens tumbled down to the second tier by the end of the recent campaign. This demotion mainly happened after the club was found violating salary cap rules.
Many English Rugby players including skipper Owen Farrell, Jamie George, Elliot Daly, and brother duo Mako and Billy Vunipola have decided and confirmed to stay with Saracens despite the demotion of the team.
While giving a club statement Itoje said that he has hopes about the future of the team and he is looking forward to it. He said that he sees the future to be much brighter and promising than their past and they have the power to shape their futuristic destiny. At the same time, many Premiership players are still in dilemma and in discussions about their future. However, a number of Premiership players are still in discussions about their future, surrounded by the league’s financial turmoil. England winger Gabriel Ibitoye wants to move to France, but Harlequins are not ready to let him go.
Nothing has been officially quoted by Saracens about the tenure agreement of the 25-year-old young player Maro’s new deal. While playing for Saracens, Itoje had made his debut in 2014 and to date has appeared 119 times, Along with this he has appeared in three championship cup and four Premier League Championship successes.
Director of Rugby, Mark McCall said that Maro had been a part of the academy since the early days and was important to them. He continued quoting that Maro was important to the club and they were thrilled to have him committed to Saracens as it will be interesting to see that at the age of 25 where all he can take the game to.
Amidst all this, it seems that the southern hemisphere’s Super Rugby competition will be dispersed as New Zealand Rugby has announced future plans of a new tournament based in Australasia, featuring Pacific Island representation.
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