Date: 13th July 2016 at 9:49pm
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Doncaster Rovers Chief Executive Gavin Baldwin says the club are in talks with three players about a move to the Keepmoat Stadium.

Doncaster have already brought in nine players this summer as they look to make an instant return to League One following the disappointment of relegation last season.

Tommy Rowe, Gary McSheffrey, Matty Blair, Mathieu Baudry, Joe Wright, Ross Etheridge, John Marquis, Tyler Garratt and Riccardo Calder have already signed deals with the club this summer and the club are still looking to add to the squad.

“We are talking to three players at the moment,” Baldwin told BBC Radio Sheffield.

“Two are loans and we are waiting for Premier League clubs to name their squads of 25, which will make those conversations much easier.

“I would doubt very much if anyone comes in over the next few days because we are awaiting others, but we do have priority.

“We do want to move two or three out, however, the way the board is working, it is not one in – one out. If there is a player that will enhance our chances of promotion and is affordable then we will go and get that player and back ourselves to balance the books through players out.

Doncaster have already offloaded Nathan Tyson, Richard Chaplow and Gary MacKenzie whilst Thorsten Stuckmann, Dany N`Guessan and Billy Whitehouse are still on the transfer list.

Baldwin says Stuckmann has come close to leaving the club only for it to fall through and Baldwin admitted during his interview that it is quiet at the moment.

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