Harlequins announced the list of players who will no longer be at the club once the season is over and among them is the Argentine scrum half, Martín Landajo, who will say goodbye to the club in this European summer.
The 32-year-old former 9 of Los Pumas, played two seasons for the London team and has just scored two tries in a row, in the last two games. In total sum 34 matches and 5 tries, between Premiership, Champions and Challenge Cup.
In addition to the already announced departures of Scott Baldwin (signed by Worcester Warriors), Mike Brown (Newcastle Falcons), James Lang (Edinburgh), Glen Young (Edinburgh) and Michele Campagnaro (Colomiers), Harlequins will see Tevita Cavubati, Martin Landajo, Ben Tapuai, Nathan Earle, Elia Elia and Brett Herron are also leaving the club.
Paying tribute to those who will be leaving Harlequins later this month, general manager Billy Millard said: “I want to thank all of our players who are leaving for all they have given the Famous Quarters during their time at Quins.
“On behalf of our entire staff, it has been a pleasure working alongside these eleven guys on the field or outside of rugby and we say goodbye to some good friends and great players and wish them all the best.
“The Stoop will always be your home – once a Quin, always a Quin!”
Confirmed list of outgoing players:
Scott Baldwin (Worcester Warriors)
Mike Brown (Newcastle Falcons)
James Lang (Edinburgh)
Glen Young (Edinburgh)
Michele Campagnaro (Colomiers)