WIGAN Warriors have confirmed the signing of Dan Sarginson and Tony Clubb from London Broncos.
As exclusively revealed by the Evening Post on Thursday, Clubb was released from the remaining year of his contract at the Broncos to head to Wigan.
Clubb has penned a four-year deal, with Warriors paying Broncos an undisclosed fee for the utility forward’s services. He told the Evening Post: “Wigan sells itself so it’s a no-brainer. If Wigan want to sign you then you go.”
The 26-year-old became the 10th player to score four tries in a match for England in 2010, achieving the feat in a 36-10 defeat of Papua New Guinea.
Sarginson joins the champions on a two-year deal, and Warriors fans will catch a glimpse of him in action for England Knights against Samoa tomorrow.
Sarginson said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for me to join the biggest name in the competition and I am really looking forward to this new challenge in my career.”
Warriors chairman, Ian Lenagan said: “We are delighted to announce that both Dan and Tony will be joining us. Dan is a young player we rate highly and is an excellent prospect. Tony is also a player we have admired for some time and has been one of the stand out performers in the London side in recent seasons.”