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Rovers are ready for a busy deadline day – with three likely arrivals before 5 p.m.
Leeds United left-back Barry Douglas and Norwich City midfielder Tom Trybull are set to sign one-season loan deals with Middlesbrough goalkeeper Aynsley Pears likely a permanent addition
Douglas and Trybull both underwent medicals yesterday, while Tony Mowbray hopes to add another goalie to his ranks in the form of Pears, 22
Mowbray had hoped the deals would be done last night, but the Rovers are expected to close the deals today to give their squad a boost
Amari’i Bell is the only recognized left-back on the squad, and Douglas would offer an experienced option for the role, with the 31-year-old having won promotion to the championship twice in the past three years.
The 27-year-old German midfielder Trybull was part of the Norwich squad that won the league title in 2019 and he started 14 times for them in the Premier League last season
Aynsley Pears looks set to become the third window goalie as he draws closer to his move to Ewood Park
The Middlesbrough stopper has been on the Rovers’ radar throughout the window and the club are confident they will strike a permanent deal on deadline day after seeing a big rejection
Mowbray has already added a top goalkeeper to Thomas Kaminski from AA Gent, as well as Antonis Stergiakis who arrived from Slavia Sofia when the international transfer window closed last week.
However, the manager still feels like he’s a lightweight goalkeeper, with the 22-year-old willing to fill that void, which would allow Andrew Fisher to make a loan if the Rovers can guarantee him a move before the deadline
Pears played 25 times for Boro, including against the Rovers in February, but is in the last year of his contract at Riverside with Neil Warnock ready to allow him to move to new pastures after bringing Marcus Bettinelli from Fulham
And with the Rovers keen to add another glover to their ranks, a permanent deal is expected to be struck well ahead of the deadline.
The rovers are also looking to make moves before the deadline for left-back Barry Douglas and midfielder Tom Trybull, on loan from Leeds and Norwich respectively
Mowbray wasn’t the type to do late-day business during his time at the club, but in a single window he felt that would still be the case this time around.
He told the Lancashire Telegraph: ‘I think so, that is usually the case in most windows, but I think that closing the overseas market almost two weeks ago there will still be internal affairs.
« I think there will be a lot of business, ins and outs, in football clubs across the country and I’m sure we will be involved.
« Let’s wait and see if this materializes and we can have them built and finalized »
Goalkeepers are said to still be on the shopping list after Christian Walton’s loan ended after last season’s final game, while Jayson Leutwiler joined Fleetwood Town after his contract expired.
A left-back was another priority position for Mowbray, with Douglas set to join on a one-season loan, while Trybull will add competition in the area of the pitch where the Rovers have been light.
“We don’t really have left-defenders, if Amari’i Bell, who has done exceptionally well for us this year, were to take a hit, then we would end up like England, playing a right foot over the left. is sometimes not ideal ”, added the manager.
Kaminski, signed for roughly £ 450,000, will be the Rovers’ biggest cash buy for the window, with Daniel Ayala, Tyrhys Dolan and Stergiakis arriving on free transfers, with two loan deals set to go
Mowbray has always preferred to add permanent players to his squad where possible, but believes that loans are the best way to add depth to a team that was showing signs of strain as Elliott Bennett joined the team this week. list of injuries
“We are trying to build this football club, to give it a base on which we can have a stock of valuable assets that can help the team win game after game on a Saturday, but also if we find ourselves in a situation where we have to sell an asset to keep things going or to improve in other areas, then we have a lot of players that other clubs would like to sign, ”he explained.
« We are not cash rich right now, we have no cash, we are not going out to buy a £ 1million footballer but the loans are fine with me as the team is a bit thin for the moment
« Without any signature, we probably should have registered two young players to fill our bench »
Rovers can still add free agents to their squad until the end of the game on Tuesday
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