Saracens have announced the signing of centre Harry Sloan from Championship club Ealing.
Sloan was a product of Harlequins Academy and went on to make his senior debut for the club in 2012. He made 24 Premiership appearances for the Twickenham Stoop based outfit and had loan stints with Ealing Trailfinders and London Scottish.
The 26-year-old made a permanent move to Ealing in 2018 and help them finish second in the Championship twice in the last two seasons. He also had huge success with England Under 20 side as they clinched the 2013 Six Nations Under 20s Championship, before winning two consecutive Junior World Cup titles.
“It was a brilliant opportunity for me to join the club,” said Sloan to Saracens' official website.
“They got a real rich success and a great culture and it was a pretty easy decision.
“My ambition is to get back playing Premiership rugby, I was lucky enough to go to Ealing and get some games under my belt which was always a problem with a few injuries in the past.
“I’ve kicked on a bit and I feel like Sarries is the best place for me to develop and hopefully perform to the ability I want to perform to.”