Gloucester fly-half ready to commit
Fly-half Danny Cipriani has moved to end speculation over his future by revealed he is in talks with Gloucester over a new deal.
The 31-year-old has endured a turbulent career off the field but he is hoping to bring about some stability on the pitch.
He joined Gloucester from Wasps last summer and he has enjoyed a strong campaign, helping the Kingsholm outfit to fourth in the table, although he is currently sidelined with a chest injury.
Cipriani insists he is happy with the Cherry and Whites and hopes to put pen to paper on a new deal soon after entering into talks.
"I'm chatting with Gloucester now. We're in talks about the next couple of years," Cipriani told Will Greenwood's rugby podcast on Sky Sports.
"I'm really enjoying my time here so it's definitely something I'm looking at."
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