Doncaster Rovers’ boss makes his stance clear as he confirms that the club is talking with West Brom and Hull City regarding loan duo after revealing January clauses…

Doncaster Rovers manager Grant McCann has confirmed ongoing discussions with West Brom and Hull City regarding the future of loaned players Mo Faal and Tom Nixon. The duo, who joined on season-long loans with review clauses, have shown impressive performances at the Eco-Power Stadium, with Faal netting eight times in the first half of the campaign. The club is keen to extend their stay and is working with both West Brom and Hull City to reach an agreement.

McCann emphasized the need for mutual consent between the involved clubs due to the existing clauses in Nixon and Faal’s contracts. He acknowledged the positive impact of their consistent game time on their development and expressed the ongoing collaboration with the parent clubs to ensure a seamless continuation of the loan arrangements.

Despite being drawn against his former club, Peterborough United, in the FA Cup, McCann emphasized his focus on cup progression rather than personal sentiments. He downplayed any desire for revenge after being sacked by Peterborough United in January of the previous year, emphasizing the importance of treating the upcoming game like any other. McCann acknowledged the expected difficulty of the match, recognizing Peterborough’s strength at home but expressed optimism about challenging expectations and putting up a strong performance.

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McCann also mentioned a few players struggling from a recent game, expressing the team’s commitment to providing them with the best chance of being fit and available for upcoming fixtures. As he returns to a club close to his heart, McCann highlighted his determination to secure a victory and advance to the next round of the FA Cup, reflecting on the support he received from the fans during his time as a player and manager at Peterborough United.

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