Northampton Saints see Kahn Fotuali’i being signed on by Bath for the forthcoming season.
The scrum half player has been in demand and was signed on by Bath rugby team. Kahn hails from Samoa. He will now be part of Bath for the 2016-17 seasons, being transferred from Northampton Saints. He has had a good stay with Northampton. In the year 2014 he has helped the team win the title in the Premiership. Being 34 years of age, Kahn is now in his prime and these years would be crucial as it would decide how he ends his playing career.
Kahn has showcased fine playing skills during his tenure with the Saints. The transfer to Bath has been finalized this May. Bath has been sprucing up the ranks, especially as it lost its chance at the Champions Cup this year. The CEO and director of rugby are warming up their strategies and choosing the players carefully for the first team.
They have been competitive in the market, having picked up Kahn in a bid to infuse new blood in the ranks. Kahn on the other hand, feels excited with the opportunity of playing for Bath. After all, it is a rugby team with a good reputation across the continent. It is a good brand to be associated with. There is a large fan following of this club which plays in a large stadium area as well. For Kahn the excitement stems from gaining an opportunity to learn their tactics. He feels that the team has an attacking ethos that is exciting. As a result of joining the team he would be privy to such playing tactics. He also feels that the team focuses on developing the personal playing skills of the players. That would certainly be beneficial for him.