(Reuters) - England skills coach Rory Teague has signed a three-year contract at French rugby union side Union Bordeaux Begles and will step down from England duty after the two-test Argentina tour in June, according to British media reports.
Teague joined England on secondment for last year’s victorious Six Nations campaign and also helped the England under-20 squad win the 2016 Under 20 World Rugby Championships. He was hired full-time by head coach Eddie Jones in January 2017.
Teague has previously worked as an academy coach at Sacarens and Wasps. He coached current England flanker Maro Itoje at Harrow before joining Paul Gustard, Neal Hatley and Steve Borthwick on the England set-up.
England begin their Argentina tour on June 10.
Reporting by Aditi Prakash in Bengaluru