Scunthorpe United have agreed a deal to sign Doncaster Rovers goalkeeper Ian Lawlor on loan, according to BBC Humberside Sport on Twitter (tweet below).

Paul Hurst’s side have been in the hunt for a new stopper and look to have found their man now with Lawlor set to join the League Two side for the rest of the season.

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Lawlor, who is 25 years old, has made 10 appearances in all competitions this term for Doncaster but has mainly been used as their back-up to QPR loanee Seny Dieng. He will be eager to get some regular game time at Scunny.

The former Republic of Ireland Under-21 international started his career at Home Farm in Dublin before moving to Manchester City 2015. He never made a senior appearance for the Premier League side but taken on pre-season with them.

Lawlor had loan spells away in the lower leagues at Barnet and Bury before leaving City on a permanent basis for Doncaster in 2016. He helped the Yorkshire side gain promotion from League Two in his first season at the club.

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He was then their number one for their next two years in League One but then lost his place last season as Doncaster got into the Play-Offs under Grant McCann.

This proposed loan switch to Scunthorpe will provide Lawlor a chance to get some games under his belt before deciding what to do for his next move in the summer.