Worcester Warriors flanker Matt Kvesic is reportedly set to quit the club and join Gloucester at the end of the season.
The 20-year-old, who is training with England this week, is in high demand after a string of impressive performances for the Warriors and with his contract set to expire at the end of the season.
The young openside will leave Sixways this off-season along with England international prop Matt Mullan, who is set to link up with London Wasps according to the Worcester News.
Kvesic will follow a string of previous academy products to leave the club including Tom Wood, Graham Kitchener and Miles Benjamin in recent seasons.
Former Worcester and England captain Pat Sanderson previously stated that keeping Kvesic at Sixways was essential the club's ambitions.
"From Worcester's perspective, they really have to keep him, don't they?" said Sanderson.
"If we have the ambition to develop and compete at the top of the league, we have to keep players like that."