The England second row is leaving Exeter for Sale after seven years in Devon. “Having spoken to Jonny on a couple of occasions, I was really impressed with his appetite to improve and it’s exciting that he wants to do that at Sale Sharks,” director of rugby Alex Sanderson said

Last Updated: 20/12/21 4:09pm

Jonny Hill is moving to Sale from Exeter next season

Jonny Hill is the latest England international to agree a move north to Sale Sharks after signing a long-term contract with the Gallagher Premiership club.
The Exeter Chiefs second row will end his seven-year stay in Devon at the end of the 2021/22 season, following Edinburgh-bound Sam Skinner out of Sandy Park as the reduced Β£5m salary cap now in force in the Gallagher Premiership continues to generate movement.The announcement of Hill’s signing follows the recent confirmation George Ford will be moving to the Sharks from Leicester Tigers at the end of the current campaign too and Sale director of rugby Alex Sanderson is excited by what the 27-year-old will bring to the club. πŸ¦πŸŒΉπ™’π™€π™‡π˜Ύπ™Šπ™ˆπ™€ π™π™Š 𝙏𝙃𝙀 π™Žπ™ƒπ˜Όπ™π™†π™Ž π™π˜Όπ™ˆπ™„π™‡π™”Sale Sharks is delighted to announce the signing of England and British Lions second row Jonny Hill ahead of the 2️⃣2️⃣-2️⃣3️⃣ Gallagher Premiership Season. πŸ™ŒRead more here πŸ‘‡#SharkTime | #FabricOfTheNorthβ€” Sale Sharks 🦈 (@SaleSharksRugby) December 20, 2021 “I’m really excited to be bringing Jonny to Sale Sharks,” Sanderson said. “He’s a player who knows how to win and what it takes to grind out those big games and that sort of experience is invaluable.”His on-field qualities speak for themselves but what sets him apart for me is that he’s a genuinely good bloke and will no doubt add to the environment and culture that we have here.”Having spoken to …