Glasgow Warriors captain Kyle Steyn has revealed that Scotland fly-half Adam Hastings is set to return to the club in the summer.

The fly-half spent four years at the club from 2017 to 2021 before then heading to Gloucester but the Scotland international is now set to return to Scotstoun.

The 27-year-old’s move hasn’t been officially confirmed by the club yet, but Steyn suggested the deal is done and he’s looking forward to seeing him back in Glasgow.

The Warriors skipper was speaking to Viaplay following his side’s 17-13 win over Cardiff with the weather conditions difficult and the home side needing a big second half to get the victory.  

He said: “We all love Hasto. He’s still got tonnes of mates here.

“He’s someone who has played this brand of rugby really successfully before. We’re buzzing to have him back up north, have him home.”

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Hastings could become the second Scotland international to sign on for next season after the Warriors confirmed Rory Sutherland’s move last week.

Hastings, capped 27 times by Scotland, will compete with Ross Thompson, Duncan Weir and Tom Jordan, although the latter could be shifted into midfield - where he was industrious against Cardiff on Friday evening - on a more regular basis.

But while Steyn appeared to confirm Hastings' Scotstoun return, head coach Franco Smith downplayed his captain's comments when he spoke to the media. 

Smith said: “I don’t speak on behalf of Kyle Steyn. That might just be something he wants. I’m going to leave that to the club to decide if they want him or not.”