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Sale Sharks sign winger from Harlequins on three-year deal

"I'm building a positive environment and culture at Harlequins, on and off the field, which I believe will ultimately allow us to challenge for honours."

Nov.01 - SportLand: Sale Sharks have signed England wing Marland Yarde from fellow Premiership side Harlequins on a three-year deal.

According to BBC, The 25-year-old, who won his 13th England cap on the summer tour of Argentina, was left out of Eddie Jones' squad for the autumn internationals. Yarde is thought to have been unsettled and was dropped from Quins' Champions Cup game at Wasps for missing training.        

Allowing him to leave was "in the best interest" of Harlequins, said director of rugby John Kingston. He added: "Every decision I make is with the intention of doing the right thing for Harlequins, and that's the way it will always be.    

"I'm building a positive environment and culture at Harlequins, on and off the field, which I believe will ultimately allow us to challenge for honours."    

Yarde started his professional career with London Irish in 2010 and spent four years with the Exiles, making 47 appearances and scoring 13 tries. He moved to Harlequins in 2014, scoring 18 tries in 62 appearances for the west London side.