With weeks left till the season’s end, the formerly rattled Lions wing is still undetermined as whether to write a new deal at Arms Park.
The future of Alex Cuthbert in Welsh rugby stays in great doubt with the Lions wing still thinking whether he really wants to stay at Cardiff Blues – weeks before this season ends.
A leading online sports site stated that the region has made Cuthbert an offer, but that it stays on the table unsigned. The discontent of the players at the Arms Park showed up a year ago but he was agreed to his present deal that goes off at the end of this campaign.
While Cuthbert has (as he said earlier) struggled with his form in the past 2 years, Gloucester-born player has revived on Blues work since coming back to the World Cup. This is an upturn that has guided to coach Danny Wilson looking for him to stay put, but the hierarchy of the Blues are still in dark.
This Saturday, Cuthbert would miss Welsh match against the Scarlets because of a leg injury that took him out of Wales’ final Six Nations match against Italy, and the Blues’ Guinness Pro12 thumping of Treviso previous weekend.
He is expected to be back in action for Wales when the Autumn internationals take place, with tickets available here for any fans, with his domestic club future having been sorted.
Wilson denied to be drawn on Cuthbert’s future this day but recently he has told that he wants him not to leave. Wilson told that he knows that he has relished this season with the Cardiff Blues from his feedback. It is expected that his suture would be there with the Blues. He would prefer if he stays. He could just comment on his performance for Cardiff Blues and they have been excellent.