Date: 30th May 2008 at 1:27pm
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Matt Mills went to Man City as a player with great promise, but he never really got his chance so ended last season on loan with Doncaster, helping the club to promotion to the Championship, a loan that will now become permanent.

John Ryan has revealed that the 21-year-old was asked if he wanted to stay as soon as promotion was achieved on the Wembley turf: ‘Mills said he would be more than delighted to sign for Doncaster Rovers,’ Ryan told BBC Radio Sheffield. ‘I asked Matty on the Wembley pitch if he fancied staying with us for next season.

‘In reality we needed to be a Championship club to sign him so we are hopeful a deal can be done.’

It is believed that Mills will cost Donny around £300,000, so is this money well spent?

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