Henry Arundell is currently ineligible to play for England in next year’s Six Nations tournament unless he signs a hybrid contract with the RFU.
The full-back is reportedly ineligible to play for his country unless he decides to leave his club, Racing 92 and sign an RFU hybrid contract.
Arundell joined the French club during the summer after his old side, London Irish entered administration.
According to the Telegraph, the 21-year-old could be signed by Bath who would tie him down to a hybrid contract with the RFU.
It was rumoured that he could play due to ‘special circumstances’ but according to Sky Sports, a hybrid contract is required.
🚨 EXCLUSIVE🚨 Henry Arundell will be ineligible to play for England at the 2024 Six Nations – unless he joins Bath
— Telegraph Rugby (@TelegraphRugby) December 8, 2023