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Football Premier League: Jones eyes Hanson Deal

London Welsh coach Lyn Jones is looking to offer Wales centre Gavin Henson an avenue back into rugby, as the Premiership new boys look to defy betting odds next season.

The controversial 30-year-old has been without a club since he was dismissed by Cardiff Blues in April following a drunken incident on an early-morning flight from Glasgow to Cardiff.

The former Ospreys man wants to resurrect his career and could be offered the opportunity to do that at London Welsh.
"Gav is one of many quality players who are on the market. And we would certainly be interested in speaking to him at some point if it was possible," said Jones.

Jones was Henson's coach during his five-year stay at the Ospreys and the pair enjoyed success, helping the Liberty Stadium outfit to two Celtic League titles.
The double Grand Slam winner took a sabbatical from the game in 2009 and left the Ospreys in controversial circumstances on his return in October 2010, much to bewilderment of many who bet on sport

Henson joined Saracens but left just months into his contract, moving across the Channel with Toulon. However, that spell also proved short-lived after he was suspended for two weeks following an incident on a night out after a match against Toulouse. He left the club in May 2011.
Despite his problems at club level, Henson earned an international recall in Wales' defeat by the Barbarians in June 2011 and was named in their preliminary 2011 Rugby World Cup squad. A dislocated wrist ended his World Cup dreams.

Jones wants assurances Henson has the motivation to rediscover his best form.
"Gavin used to be a very, very good rugby player," said Jones.
"We need to speak to him and we need have a chat and see where his ambition lies. It would be great if we could come to an agreement.".

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