Horacio Agulla is set to sign for Bath Rugby as a replacement for Matt Carraro as reported in the Bath Chronicle today!
Horacio Agulla (born October 22, 1984 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine rugby union player, who represents Leicester Tigers at club level, and has played for Argentina's national side. Agulla plays as a winger. He also attended St. Felipe The Apostle School in Don Torcuato a Suburb in The Province of Buenos Aires).
Agulla made his debut for the national side on December 3, 2005, in a match against Samoa, and has received 8 caps in total (as of September 7, 2007). Agulla was in the Argentine squad for the 2007 Rugby World Cup, and featured in the opening match against France. In 2008 he signed with Top 14's US Dax. He has since moved on to Brive. It was reported in early April 2010 (including on Sky Sports in the UK) that he had signed a contract to play for Leicester Tigers from the 2010/2011 season, joining his fellow Argentine internationals Marcos Ayerza and Lucas González Amorosino at Welford Road.