O'Driscoll expects transfer activity by Tuesday
Doncaster Rovers boss Sean O`Driscoll says that there could be arrivals and departures before the transfer window closes at 5pm on Tuesday.
O`Driscoll speaking on the official website said "I think there will be some comings and goings. I would imagine a couple will go and if we can get a couple in, that would be great".
It wasn`t until the week before the season started that Rovers actually made their first signings of the summer, Quentin Fortune and John Oster signed on short term deals and Byron Webster and Mustafa Dumbuya signed on longer term deals.
Rovers also signed Jason Shackell on a month`s loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers and after putting in a number of impressive performances fans would jump at the chance to see him signing permanently for the club.
The club have lost two of their more influential players over the summer with Richie Wellens and Matt Mills both joining fellow Championship clubs.
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