Date: 13th July 2016 at 10:05pm
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Doncaster Rovers Chief Executive Gavin Baldwin says the club are still in talks with Crystal Palace about a return to the Keepmoat for Keshi Anderson.

Baldwin admits the club are still keen to bring in Keshi Anderson from Crystal Palace after the young striker enjoyed a short loan spell with the club last season before a broken leg forced him to return to Crystal Palace.

“We are having a conversation with Darren (Ferguson) tomorrow and Keshi is on that list,” Baldwin told BBC Radio Sheffield.

“What Darren wants to do is make sure it is a player that will fit the philosophy that he wants to play.

“The list is more than three players long and we probably have a list of six players that he is actively interested in. He will then narrow it down and we will then have a conversation with the clubs.

“It is no secret everyone at the club thinks the world of Keshi. We have to monitor with Crystal Palace his fitness, obviously he had a significant injury whilst he was here and how his pre-season is going and then whether Palace are willing to let him out on loan.’

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 and he returned to training in April.

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

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