**Today’s Media Watch includes our Guinness PRO14 sides preparing for Round 2 of European action as well as lots of transfer news involving fly-halves.** \n\nWe start our round-up with a confirmed No.10 switch, as [**Glasgow Warriors** star Adam Hastings will leave Scotstoun](http://www.glasgowwarriors.org/news/hastings-to-join-gloucester) for English Premiership side Gloucester Rugby at the end of the season. \n\nThe news came on the same day that former England international fly-half Danny Cipriani left Gloucester with immediate effect and Hastings is excited by the new challenge. \n\n“The chance to return to play in the English Premiership with a club like Gloucester has been an ambition of mine,” said Hastings. \n\n“However, this was an extremely tough decision Glasgow made a very good offer and I absolutely love being at the club and with the boys here.” \n\nA potential replacement at Glasgow is **Munster** star Ben Healy, with the Scottish-qualified No.10 continually being linked with a move to Scotstoun. \n\nNothing is official yet but some bade news regarding Healy has been confirmed, with the fly-half absent for this weekend’s Heineken Champions Cup clash against Clermont Auvergne. \n\nWe reported in [yesterday’s Media Watch](http://www.pro14.rugby/latest/media-watch/injury-concerns-over-sexton-while-watson-urges-edinburgh-to-attack) that Johann van Graan was unhappy with some late hits that Healy took in last week’s game against Harlequins and the club confirmed that following an MRI, the 21-year-old will begin [rehabilitation for a shoulder injury](http://www.munsterrugby.ie/2020/12/15/squad-update-munster-prepare-for-clermont-away/). \n\nOne fly-half who might now be staying put is **Cardiff Blues** playmaker Jarrod Evans.