Danny Cipriani set to leave Sale Sharks to rejoin Wasps after turning down offers from France

 
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Danny Cipriani will rejoin his first professional club, Wasps, next season, after six years playing in Australia and at Sale Sharks.

The fly-half played 95 times for Wasps between 2006 and 2010, before leaving for Melbourne Rebels in the 2011-12 season.

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According to reports, Cipriani turned down overtures from French Top 14 clubs and London Harlequins in favour of a £300,000 a season deal with Wasps, who have relocated to the Ricoh Arena in Coventry since he left.

The enigmatic playmaker, who has 14 full international caps for England, joined Sale in 2012 and has since amassed 89 caps and scored 694 points.

The 28-year-old has impressed in his performances in Premiership Rugby for Sale Sharks this season, but missed out on Eddie Jones' Six Nations squad.

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