Doncaster Rovers are closing in on four new signings.

Grant McCann’s side finished in the League One Play-Offs this season and are looking to make the next step to promotion in the next campaign.

Donny have held talks with a number of potential summer acquisitions and are hopeful of getting some deals over the line imminently.

McCann has said, as per a report by the Doncaster Free Press: “We’re very close. We’ve offered a contract to a right back. The deal is done and we just need to rubber-stamp it. We’re very close on a wide player who plays in the ‘Mallik Wilks position”

“I’ve had a conversation with a very good midfield player who would make us even stronger next year. I’m down the line with a goalkeeper to come in and challenge Ian Lawlor and Louis Jones. We’re down the line with a lot and conversations are taking place”

He added: “It’s just about me putting these recommendations over to the board and trying to get them rubber-stamped”

Some eyebrows would have been raised when Doncaster turned to former Peterborough United boss McCann last summer but he has certainly proved the doubters wrong at the Keepmoat Stadium.

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His side were desperately unlucky to lose to Charlton Athletic in the Play-Offs last week on penalties but will be hopeful of coming back stronger next season. Their summer recruitment is evidently underway already.

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