Leicester Tigers fly-half Zack Henry is set to make his exit from the Gallagher Premiership club at end of the 2020/21 season.
Henry joined Leicester Tigers during the 2019/20 season from French club Nevers and has gone on to play for them 25 times scoring 151 points. He has also featured in 21 Premiership games.
According to a report, it is understood that Leicester granted the 26-year-old an early release from the contract to make way for him to join French club Pau ahead of the 2021/22 season.
Tigers head coach Steve Borthwick thanked Henry for his contribution to the club and wished him good luck for his future endeavours.
“I want to thank Zack for his contribution to Leicester Tigers during past two seasons," said Borthwick.
“We wish Zack all the best in his next chapter.”
Leicester Tigers are positioned sixth in the Gallagher Premiership table with 10 wins from 21 games and will lock horns with Wasps in the final round at Ricoh Arena on 12th June.