Saracens stalwart Richard Hill is set to leave the club after 20 years as a player and coach with the London side.
Former England flanker Hill was part of the 2003 Rugby World Cup winning side and won 71 caps for his country in a stellar career.
The 39-year old has worked heavily with the club's academy since his retirement five years ago.
"After 20 years at Saracens I will be departing. It's been a great period of my life," said Hill on Twitter.
"Over many years as a player, and latterly as a coach, Richard has become synonymous with the club," said Saracens chairman Nigel Wray.
"His formal association may be drawing to a close as he embarks on the next challenge, but he will always remain a Saracens, hugely respected and admired by everybody associated with the club."