England international Danny Cipriani will continue to remain with Gloucester Rugby after signing a new deal with the Gallagher Premiership club.
The 31-year-old made his professional rugby debut with Wasps in 2010 and moved to Melbourne Rebels a year later before returning back to the Premiership in 2012 when he joined Sale Sharks.
He rejoined Wasps for a two-year stint in 2016 and headed to Kingsholm ahead of the 2018/19 season making 19 appearances in which he scored 77 points. Overall, he has 195 Premiership appearances spread across three clubs amassing 1211 points.
Earlier, Cipriani was linked with Bristol, Bath and Toulon but now according to reports, it is understood that the England fly-half has signed a three-year contract with the Cherry and Whites.
Cipriani has played 16 Tests for England since his debut in 2008 and was recalled for the first time in three years during the summer tour of South Africa last year.