French club Racing 92 have confirmed England fly-half Owen Farrell will join them next season.
The 32-year-old will leave Saracens after 15 seasons to move across the Channel after agreeing a two-year contract.
Farrell, who is to miss the Six Nations in order to prioritise his mental well-being, will become ineligible for international selection due to Rugby Football Union rules.
The RFU does not allow players who are plying their trade abroad to be selected for England.
Le Racing 92 officialise la signature d’Owen FARRELL au sein de son équipe professionnelle masculine.
— Racing 92 (@racing92) January 22, 2024
Racing are coached by Stuart Lancaster, who gave Farrell his Test debut in 2012 when he was England boss.
A statement from the Paris club said: “Racing 92 formalises the signing of Owen Farrell within its professional men’s team.
“The English international player is committed to two sporting seasons and will join the Ciel et Blanc squad from July 1, 2024.”
Jamie George has been named England captain for the Six Nations.