England international Jonny May opens up on possibility of leaving Leicester Tigers in summer

Jonny May joined Leicester Tigers in 2017
Jonny May joined Leicester Tigers in 2017
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England international Jonny May said he is yet to decide on the possibility of renewing his contract with the Gallagher Premiership club that comes to a conclusion at the end of the ongoing season.

May headed to Welford Road ahead of the 2017/18 season from Gloucester and has scored 24 tries from 34 Premiership games since then.

Even though his England team-mates Ellis Genge and George Ford have decided to re-commit to Leicester Tigers, May said he will exercise his available options when his contract expires at the end of the ongoing season.

"Course… it's never nice to leave a club. I have done it before. It's not a nice thing to do, but if I feel I need to do that I would.

"I don't want to talk about contracts, but it's still up in the air for me."

"Are you offered a good contract? Are you even offered a contract? Where's best for your development? Where's best for your happiness? It's the same as any job."

The 29-year-old made his England debut in 2013 and has gone on to play 52 Tests scoring 27 tries. He was also part of England's 2015 and 2019 World Cup campaigns.

Leicester Tigers endured a tough season in the Premiership as they managed just two wins from eight games are positioned 11th ahead of Saracens, who were docked 35 points for a breach in salary cap.