Bristol Rovers are in discussions with Jack Bonham and Alex Jakubiak.

The duo spent last season on loan with the Pirates from Brentford and Watford respectively and could now be on their way now there again, according to a report by Bristol Live.

Goalkeeper Jack Bonham has been released by Brentford and is wanted by Graham Coughlan’s side on a permanent basis.

The 25-year-old played 46 games for the Gas last season in all competitions and impressed for them. The former Watford ‘keeper has been linked with other clubs over the past few months so signing him would be a coup by Bristol Rovers.

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Alex Jakubiak is another target for the Pirates. He spent last season on loan from Watford and played 44 games in all competitions, scoring five goals and gaining three assists.

The former Scotland Under-19 international still has a year left on his contract at Vicarage Road so it is unclear whether Bristol Rovers want to sign him or loan him again.

Jakubiak has been with the Hornets since 2010 but has played just once for their first-team. He has spent time out on loan at Braintree Town, Oxford United, Dagenham and Redbridge, Fleetwood Town, Wycombe Wanderers and Falkirk.

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Bristol Rovers finished 17th last season in League One and will need some signings this summer to help them do better in the next campaign. Coughlan wants to get transfer business done early this year, as reported by The72 earlier today.

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