Harlequins have confirmed that six more players including Ben Tapuai and Martin Landajo will leave the Gallagher Premiership club at end of the ongoing season.
Landajo joined the Quins from Jaguares in 2019 and has played 25 times in the Premiership apart from 84 Test appearances for Argentina. Meanwhile, Ben Tapuai has been part of the club since 2018 and has made 44 appearances for them scoring five tries.
The duo will be joined by Elia Elia, Tevita Cavubati, Nathan Earle and Brett Herron in the latest players to announce their exit from the club in the summer.
Harlequins General Manager Billy Millard thanked the departing players for their contribution to the club.
“I want to thank all of our departing players for everything they have given to the Famous Quarters during their time at Quins," he told the official website of the club.
“On behalf of all our staff – it has been a pleasure to work alongside these eleven guys on the pitch or outside of rugby and we say goodbye to some good friends and great players and we wish them nothing but the best.
“The Stoop will always be their home – once a Quin, always a Quin!”
Meanwhile, Scott Baldwin, Mike Brown, James Lang, Glen Young and Michele Campagnaro had already announced that they will be leaving the club at the end of the 2020/21 season.
With 12 wins from 21 games, Harlequins have already booked a berth in the play-off of the ongoing Gallagher Premiership season and they will lock horns with Newcastle Falcons in the final round of the regular season on 12th June.