Date: 10th July 2016 at 7:02pm
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Doncaster Rovers could face a fight to land Crystal Palace striker Keshi Anderson on loan.

League One clubs Shrewsbury Town, Swindon Town, Oxford United, MK Dons, Northampton Town, Port Vale and Gillingham are all reportedly keen to sign the striker on loan according to Shropshirelive.com.

Doncaster boss Darren Ferguson admitted earlier this summer that he was keen to bring Anderson back to the Keepmoat after the young striker spent time on loan with the club last season.

The 21-year-old impressed scoring three times in nine appearances before a serious injury forced his return to Selhurst Park.

Anderson suffered a broken leg in the home game with Rochdale after coming on as a second half substitute. He returned to training in April, and Ferguson admits that both he and Palace are keen for something to happen.

‘Keshi Anderson is certainly one we would try and bring back,’ Ferguson told reporters earlier this summer.

‘And Crystal Palace are quite keen on that happening.

‘Obviously the boy`s still miles away in terms of his fitness.

‘But he knows he`s going to play and he likes it here.’

Anderson earned a contract with Palace in 2015 after scoring a six-minute hat-trick against them in a friendly game whilst on trial with Brentford from non-league Barton Rovers.

The young striker signed a new deal at Selhurst Park this summer and with the young striker still to make a senior appearance for the eagles, another spell on loan could be seen as good for his development.


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