Ryan quiet on Tom Biggs speculation
April 4, 2014
Tom Biggs could be at Worcester next seaon © Getty Images
In October, Bath announced Biggs had decided to cross codes and sign for Hull FC on a three-year deal. But reports at the weekend in the Rugby Paper said the move had stalled and Worcester were ready to pounce.
But when asked about the possible move for Biggs, Ryan told the BBC: "Speculation doesn't serve anybody. I've said all season that players announcements come through the club.
"I don't comment on what the Rugby Paper puts in. We have a recruitment strategy here. We announce signings when we've got them and that will be the same going forward."
Worcester have already started building for next term and have signed 11 players including Harlequins' Sam Smith, Cardiff Blues' Andries Pretorius and Gloucester duo Matt Cox and Ryan Mills.
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