Gloucester fly-half Freddie Burns admits he is still undecided on his future, with his contract up in the summer.
Gloucester move second in Heineken Cup Pool 6 with a deserved victory over a lethargic Edinburgh at Murrayfield.
Gloucester confirm the signing All Blacks tight-head prop John Afoa from Ulster for next season.
Struggling Gloucester will be "energised" by their Heineken Cup double-header against Edinburgh, says boss Nigel Davies.
Ospreys' Wales hooker Richard Hibbard is poised to join the country's player exodus after being linked with Gloucester.
England stand-off Toby Flood stars in Leicester's win over Gloucester at Kingsholm with six kicks and a try-scoring pass.
Tonga international tight-head prop Sila Puafisi signs for Premiership strugglers Gloucester, subject to visa approval.
Danny Care, Nick Easter and Luke Wallace all score tries for Harlequins as they see off Gloucester at The Stoop.
Gloucester wing James Simpson-Daniel will be sidelined for around four to six months after undergoing ankle surgery.
Gloucester pair James Simpson-Daniel and Ryan Mills require surgery after picking up injuries in the win over Newcastle.
Tonga international forward Sione Kalamafoni signs a new contract with Premiership club Gloucester.
Gloucester and England centre Henry Trinder agrees a new contract with the Premiership club.
Winger Christian Wade scores two tries as Wasps condemn Gloucester to a third consecutive Premiership defeat.
Harlequins sign centre Tim Molenaar after the New Zealander was released from the remainder of his deal at Gloucester.
George Ford kicks all Bath's points as they move up to second in the Premiership with victory over Gloucester.
Gloucester put up a brave fight for an hour before two-time champions Munster finally pull clear at Thomond Park.
Gloucester's 29-year-old full-back Rob Cook commits to a new two-year contract at the Premiership club.
Gloucester centre Henry Trinder says he is ready to live up to expectations after receiving an England call-up.
Gloucester overhaul a James Hook-inspired Perpignan in the Heineken Cup thanks to Jonny May's 74th-minute try.
Gloucester's Olly Morgan is forced to retire at the age of 27 because of a knee injury he suffered in January 2012.