Gloucester Rugby are delighted to announce the arrival of Scottish international fly-half Adam Hastings for the 2021-22 season.
Hastings will join the Cherry & Whites from Glasgow Warriors, where he has been a key player since his arrival at Scotstoun in 2017. The 24-year-old’s form in Glasgow soon led to international recognition, with Hastings notching up 22 caps, and 96 points in the blue of Scotland over the last 3 years.
Known for his attacking prowess, the talented fly-half is set to grace the Gallagher Premiership when he arrives at Kingsholm in the summer of 2021.
George Skivington was delighted to confirm the signature of a player of Hastings’ stature.
“We are really pleased to welcome Adam to Gloucester for next season. He’s matured as a player impeccably over the last couple of years and developed into a top international fly-half. The most exciting part for us is that he’s still got plenty of room for development as well.
“He’s now built up a considerable amount of domestic and international experience which will prove invaluable to the squad.
“With Adam, Lloyd [Evans], and George [Barton] coming through as well, it’s an area in our squad that we believe has a huge amount of promise in the immediate, but also long-term future.”
Upon agreeing his deal with Gloucester Rugby, Hastings was pleased to secure his future in Cherry & White.
“I’m really looking forward to linking up with Gloucester next season. The vision that George & Alex [Brown] presented to me was an opportunity too good to turn down, and I’m eager to play my part in a bright future for the Club.
“There’s still plenty more rugby ahead of me this season, but when the time comes, I look forward to pulling on the Cherry & White.”