Saracens snap up Wasps flyhalf Lozowski

Alex Lozowski will move from Wasps to Saracens next seaso

Aviva Premiership Rugby club Saracens have signed Wasps fly-half Alex Lozowski from next season on a multi-year deal.

Lozowski will join the Allianz Park side next season from Wasps where he has been for three seasons and won 21 caps.

The 22-year old former Yorkshire Carnegie man is a highly skilled playmaker with electric pace, the former Watford Grammar School student will bolster Saracens’ fly-half options with Charlie Hodgson hanging up his boots at the end of this season to take up a role as the club’s Head of Recruitment and Talent Identification.

Speaking about his move to Saracens, Lozowski said,”I’m very excited to be joining up with Saracens and believe that my ambitions as a player match those of the club. Saracens already have an outstanding squad of players, which includes a core of exciting young English talent.

The environment and coaching match the quality of the squad, so it was an opportunity I couldn’t turn down. I’m looking forward to developing my game and testing myself alongside some of the best players in the country.”

Saracens director of rugby, Mark McCall: “We are delighted to bring Alex to the club next season. He is a very exciting player who we believe will add a lot to our group.

“He is another young English player we can add to a squad that already has plenty of home-grown talent, and we are looking forward to seeing Alex develop both on and off the pitch.”

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