Henry Arundell has signed a two-year extension to his contract at French Top 14 club Racing 92, meaning the England winger cannot play at the Six Nations in 2024.
Henry Arundell, who scored a joint England record five tries on his first World Cup appearance in September, touched down three times in his Top 14 bow for Racing 92.
Skipper Owen Farrell was allegedly involved in a training ground “scrap” with a young teammate, resulting in him being overlooked by England at the World Cup.
London Irish are reportedly set to be suspended from next season’s Premiership and one of the club’s star talents has been linked with a move to South Africa.
Eddie Jones says Henry Arundell reminds him of Wallabies great Matt Giteau as the England coach called up the teen sensation for the first time.
Teenager Henry Arundell slalomed his way past five defenders for an incredible length-of-the-pitch try against Toulon on Sunday.