Sarcacens secured a European Champions Cup quarterfinal spot with a crucial 27-24 win over Racing 92 at Allianz Park on Sunday.
England and Saracens back-row Billy Vunipola is a doubt for the Six Nations after suffering a suspected broken forearm.
Saracens interim chief executive Edward Griffiths said no decision has been made on the club's future.
Exeter Chiefs have donated the £350,000 given to them after Saracens' salary cap ban to charity.
Saracens chairman Nigel Wray's decision to retire from the club comes two months after the club were found guilty of breaking salary cap rules.
Munster doctor Jamie Kearns was disciplined for verbally abusing Saracens hooker Jamie George.
Exeter Chiefs beat Saracens 14-7 to regain first place in the Premiership on Sunday.
Saracens fullback Liam Williams will return to Wales and rejoin his former side Scarlets at the end of the season.
Champions Cup organisers have launched an investigation into a mass brawl between Saracens and Munsters players on Saturday.
England trio Owen Farrell, Maro Itoje and Billy Vunipola will play for Saracens for the first time since the Rugby World Cup after being named in the side to face Bath
Saracens will not ask their England players to put club before country despite their Premiership status being jeopordised by a 35-point deduction for beaching salary cap regulations, coach Mark McCall has said.
Saracens will not appeal against Premiership Rugby's ruling that the club breached the league's salary cap, meaning they will be docked 35 points in this season's league table.
Saracens were crushed 30-10 by French side Racing 92 in the opening game of their European Champions Cup title defence on Sunday.
Former England captain Chris Robshaw and Exeter Chiefs coach Rob Baxter were both heavily critical of Saracens.
Saracens have been deducted 35 points and fined £5.3 million for salary cap breaches, Premiership Rugby announced on Tuesday.
Former Wallabies lock Will Skelton has described his decision to commit to the English Premiership rather than return to Australia as a "no-brainer".
Champions Saracens will play Harlequins in the first rugby match at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, the Gallagher Premiership has confirmed with the release of its 2019-20 fixtures.
Saracens' fourth Premiership title in five years was business as usual for the Champions Cup winners, who will expect to dominate for years to come.
Saracens made it back-to-back Premiership titles with a 37-34 victory over Exeter at Twickenham, completing the double in doing so.
Saracens captain Brad Barritt has recovered from a hamstring injury to start against Exeter Chiefs in Saturday's Premiership final, the club said on Friday.
Mako Vunipola requires surgery on his hamstring and will be out for at least three months, making him a doubt for England's World Cup campaign
England's Saracens were crowned champions of Europe for the third time in four years as they came from 10-0 down to beat last year's winners Leinster.
Saracens produced a powerful second-half surge to reach their third Champions Cup final in four seasons by beating Munster 32-16 at the Ricoh Arena on Saturday.
The club is accused of failing to release details of high-profile player investments which could have affected its salary cap spending.
The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will host Saracens' next five home fixtures against London rivals Harlequins, the clubs said on Tuesday.
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