WALES’ four regions fear they will be put at an even greater disadvantage next season with their English rivals being up to £10m-a-club better off.
The quartet are said to be ‘up in arms’ at the WRU’s refusal to grant them a cut of the Six Nations deal from the sale of commercial rights to CVC for £365m.
The RFU have paid their Premiership clubs around £12.5m from the proceeds of the same.
The regions claim they are being further handicapped by terms of their Covid loans. England’s Premiership elite have borrowed £8.5m per club, the Welsh regions an average of £5m.
The repayment terms diffe...
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