Alun Wyn Jones Rugby World Cup 2019: Steve Borthwick unlikely to leave England for Leicester Tigers despite talks

Alun Wyn Jones Rugby World Cup 2019: Steve Borthwick unlikely to leave England for Leicester Tigers despite talks

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England assistant coach Steve Borthwick is unlikely to leave the international set-up for Leicester Tigers, despite the two parties holding talks.

It emerged on Friday that the current forwards coach has been approached by the Premiership club over a future role in their senior management team, with the Welford Road outfit eyeing a major shake-up in an effort to address their alarming slump in recent years.

The Timesreported that Borthwick is in the running for a position within current director of rugby Geordan Murphy’s coaching set-up, but that he would not consider leaving his England position until after the 2020 Six Nations.

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ButThe Independentunderstands that the Rugby Football Union are relaxed on the matter given that the 39-year-old is secured on a rolling contract and are instead focussing all efforts on the imminent Rugby World Cup campaign, which Borthwick has indicated he is 100 per cent committed to.

When asked byThe Independentabout whether the talks had been a distraction, England head coach Jones refused to be drawn on the matter.

“I’ve got no idea, mate,” Jones said. “Do you want to tell me? I’ve got no idea. I’m not interested in anything post World Cup.”

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