Saracens have re-acquired the signatures of key squad members until 2021.
Saracens have announced the re-signing of Argentina tighthead Juan Figallo and Scotland utility back Duncan Taylor until 2021.
Taylor joined Saracens from the Championship ahead of the 2011/12 season and has gone on to earn international recognition with Scotland whilst making over 100 appearances for the Men in Black last season.
Taylor has struggled significantly with injuries over the last year and expressed his gratitude for Saracens faith despite the lack of game time.
“I’m very happy,” Taylor commented, “I’ve had a tough couple of years with injury and the club has been great to me. It’s been a great environment even though I’ve been injured for so much of it, the last couple of years have meant a lot to me.
“It means a lot that the club are willing to commit to me for another couple of years.”
Director of Rugby Mark McCall said: “We’re very happy to have extended Duncan’s contract; he’s a brilliant player who will continue to improve and get better.
“He’s hugely popular amongst his team-mates and will continue to add hugely to the group going forward.”
Figallo, 30, was equally as pleased to have recommitted with Saracens for another three years. Commenting earlier the Argentinian international said: "I'm really happy to stay, I’ve played four seasons here and I’ve really enjoyed myself.
“My family came here as two; I got married just before I came here and now we have two kids and we’re living the Sarries life. We really love it.”
Director of Rugby Mark McCall commented: “We’re very pleased Juan has committed his future to Saracens.
“He has contributed enormously on and off the pitch in his four years at the club. He’s a great player, a brilliant character and we’re delighted to have him and his family stay at Saracens.”
Figallo joined Saracens from Top14 outfit Montpellier four years ago and has gone on to make 88 appearances since.
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