Peter Stringer’s Plans Revealed After Being Released By Sale Sharks
Sale Sharks revealed yesterday that Munster and Ireland legend Peter Stringer will leave the English club at the end of the season.
The 39 year-old scrumhalf was named Sale’s Player of the Year last season, and will play his final game for the Premiership outfit tomorrow as they regular season comes to a close.
There has been a lot of speculation about his future since the announcement, with many expecting him to perhaps hang up his boots. The42 however are reporting that Stringer is keen to continue playing next season and is actively looking for a new club.
They say Stringer is currently considering his options, with fans speculating that a return to Ireland could be on the cards. While his former club Munster are well stocked with James Hart joining their ranks from Racing next season, Ulster could do with an experienced nine as Ruan Pienaar bows out tomorrow.
Connacht may also be an option for the 98 times capped Irishman. Stringer is still in excellent condition and brings with him a wealth of experience, should someone decided to snap him up.
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