RGC stated they are “currently not in the position” to provide updates regarding their squad for the upcoming season.

The Gogs, like other teams across the country, are still awaiting guidance from the Welsh Rugby Union regarding a start date for next season, which is now highly unlikely to start on time.

Welsh Government officials outlined that limited contact sports can resume training in a socially distanced manner from this Monday (July 13), but First Minister Mark Drakeford did not include rugby on this list.

He also stated reservations surrounding things such as scrums and the possible spread of coronavirus with such close contact.

This has left RGC in limbo in terms of their preparations, and this is something that has also resulted in a lack of player movement regarding their squad for next season.

A club spokesman, said: “A number of RGC Premiership team supporters have requested the latest squad updates for the forthcoming season.

“At present we aren't in a position to make any official announcements. As always it is our aim to build the strongest possible squad to represent North Wales and compete at the top of the Premiership.

“Rest assured we will continue to release information as and when we are able to do so.”

The Gogs’ will already be without the services of prolific fly-half Billy McBryde and forward George Roberts, who both accepted professional contracts at English Championship side Doncaster Knights.

The WRU are believed to be in contact with clubs across the country regarding developments, with the governing body also discussing the next steps with the Welsh Government regarding a possible return to team activities.

All RGC’s senior and pathway players in their male and female sides are currently going through home training programmes to ensure they are in the best possible condition for when they are able to meet up once again.