Rovers to Find out Their Fate!
With the dust barely settling at the end of another Premiership season (already, where's the time gone!) Blackburn Rovers have decisions to make on the futures of several senior squad members.
These issues involve players currently with the club, and whether or not they come for good, stay for longer or move on altogether.
Before the Reading game on Sunday Mark Hughes told the official Blackburn Rovers website:
"We have a few issues to resolve, but they will wait until after the final game against Reading on Sunday.
I do not anticipate a busy summer in terms of transfers although, as ever, we will be keen to strengthen should the right players become available - that situation never changes to be truthful."
What is to be resolved then?
* Shabani Nonda's loan move is looking as though it will be made permanent one in a £2 million deal with Roma.
* Tugay is expected to sign a new one-year deal.
* Michael Gray and Francis Jeffers, who have been out on loan see their Rovers careers hanging in the balance, although I wouldn't expect to see either in a Rovers shirt next season.
* Former captain Andy Todd is HIGHLY unlikely to be with Rovers next season, he has been linked with moves for the best part of a year as he has struggled to hold down a first team place.
What do we make of these issues then? Comments as always below…
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