THERE are strong reports suggesting Worcester Warriors' will lose another of their front-row options this summer.

Christian Judge, who was signed ahead of the current campaign by former head coach Jonathan Thomas, is on the verge of a move to title-chasing Saracens.

The current runners-up in the Gallagher Premiership are losing tighthead prop Vincent Kock to Wasps at the end of the season and according to The Rugby Paper, Mark McCall looks set to bring Judge back to London to bolster his options in the scrum.

The 29-year-old had a stint at Saracens in 2019, where he helped them to the Premiership title whilst on loan from Bath Rugby and Steve Diamond has used him as his starting tighthead since he took over control of Worcester in January.

But having already lost Ethan Waller and Niall Annett, Judge would be the third senior front row player to leave the club ahead of the 2022/23 season.

With just three more weeks until the final game of the campaign, there is still plenty of unknowns in regard to who will and will not be in a Worcester shirt after the Bath game on June 5.

Many more players of the current squad are expected to leave as Diamond looks to build his own squad for the future.

Warriors usually produce a 'leaving list' before the final game of the season in order to give fans a chance to say their goodbyes.

Worcester play Bath in their final Gallagher Premiership game of the 2021/22 campaign on June 4.