John Ryan leaves Munster for Wasps at the end of the season

Munster has confirmed prop master John Ryan will be leaving Province to join Wasps next season.

Yan, who has made 190 appearances for Munster and won 24 caps for Ireland, will complete his time in his home province.

The Cork man has been an integral part of the Munster scrum but he is ready for a new challenge in the Premiership.

Ryan (33) faces a lot of competition at Wasps, not least from South African world champion Vincent Koch, who is also moving to the club from Saracens.

Ryan previously played for London Irish in England on a brief loan and hopes to make a big impact at Wasps, who have a strong connection with Munster.

Malakai Fekitoa will move in the opposite direction this summer as a replacement for Damian de Allende.

Ryan has been an integral part of Munster’s matchday squad as he has shared playing time with veteran tighthead Stephen Archer, while the likes of Keynan Knox and Roman Salanoa are hoping to see more playing time next season. John Ryan leaves Munster for Wasps at the end of the season

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