Owen Farrell unsure about England future after move to France

Owen Farrell is set to make his 250th appearance for Saracens on Saturday
Owen Farrell is set to make his 250th appearance for Saracens on Saturday

Saracens fly-half Owen Farrell said he is unsure about his international career with England following his move to France at the end of the ongoing season.

Farrell took a break from international rugby to focus on his mental well being before announcing his move to Racing 92. The move to the French club makes him ineligible for England selection due to Rugby Football Union's policy of not selecting players plying trade overseas.

The 32-year-old, who has represented England in 112 Tests and is already their leading points scorer will still be eligible to represent the British and Irish Lions during the tour of Australia next year.

"I've not said anything. I don't know," said Farrell about his international future.

"I've stepped back and there's obviously a change happening next year (moving to France). Then we'll see. There's no point in saying anything now because I don't know how I'm going to feel later down the line. We'll see."

Farrell's last England appearance was during the Rugby World Cup last year where he led them to a third place finish.

"Obviously the World Cup was difficult at times but I really enjoyed the playing side of it and being involved.

"I want to play for as long as I possibly can as long as I am enjoying it.

"I love playing. That's always been the case, even during the tougher bits as I've spoken about.

"I loved the game, and I loved the rugby. I want to enjoy all of it a bit more."