Manu Tuilagi gives England big boost after center opens talks with Sale on new contract despite ties to Japan where Eddie Jones struggles to find a successor
- Manu Tuilagi has started new contract negotiations with Sale Sharks
- His contract expired this summer and was linked to Japan
- The center is keen to continue under Alex Sanders, boosting his hopes for England
England has been given a World Cup boost in 2023 after Manu Tuilagi started talks with Sale about a new contract.
A free agent this summer, Tuilagi has been linked with a move to Japan following an injured campaign.
However, The Mail on Sunday understands that Tuilagi wants to continue under new coach Alex Sanderson and that both sides are eager to reach a deal.
By remaining in the premier league, Tuilagi will keep his chances for England alive and Eddie Jones is struggling to find a successor to the mighty center.
England has been given a boost after Manu Tuilagi started new contract talks with Sale