Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones to stay at Ospreys

Alun Wyn Jones has announced he will be staying with the Welsh Rugby Union and the Ospreys.

The Wales captain’s deal has been extended until June 2021.

He said he will be playing at the Liberty Stadium “for the foreseeable future”.

The world’s most capped international second row is preparing to go to Switzerland with the national squad this week for their overseas training camp.

238-The amount of times Alun Wyn Jones has featured for the Ospreys.

I’m really pleased to have announced the extension today and to have been able to announce it directly to all those who have supported me throughout my career, especially all the Ospreys supporters.


The Group Chief Executive of the WRU, Martyn Phillips, said the announcement is a “huge boost for Welsh rugby”.

Today’s announcement is fantastic news for us as a club and all Ospreys and Wales supporters. Alun Wyn is a man I have the upmost respect for; he is greatly admired not just because of what he’s achieved and what he represents as a local boy playing for his home Region and Country but importantly because of the ambition and level of performance he consistently displays.

He’s a tremendous individual and a winner with a deep hunger for the Ospreys to be successful on and off the field. Alun Wyn has spent his entire career with the Ospreys and I expect him to continue his legacy as a player and well beyond his playing days.


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