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3 Premier League players who would excel on loan at Bristol Rovers next season



Bristol Rovers endured tremendous success last season as they were promoted to League One on the final day of the season.

Lee Brown’s last minute winner gave the Gas a memorable win against Dagenham and Redbridge to overtake Accrington Stanley and secure back to back promotions.

With promotion, comes a higher level of football – meaning that recruitment is almost definitely something that will need to take place over the summer.

Darrell Clarke has already been busy this summer with the signings of 27 year old Byron Moore and 28 year old Peter Hartley.

What Clarke might look to add to the squad, though, is an element of energy and youth.

The Premier League is one of the most competitive leagues in the world, meaning that youth talent is almost always shipped out to lower league clubs for loan spells.

Rovers could look to capitalise on that with one or two signings from England’s top tier of football.

At the moment, it is difficult to say where Rovers will be aiming to finish the 2016/17 campaign. But, under a new and optimistic owner, there is reason to be hopeful for Rovers fans.

The new billionaire owner, Wael Al-Qadi, could be an inviting prospect for youngsters in the Premier League who are looking to develop their careers.

As a result, Rovers could be interested in signing some youngsters on loan to try and boost their squad for what looks to be a tough season ahead of them in a highly competitive league.

Football League World writer Reece Chambers identifies THREE Premier League wonderkids Bristol Rovers could look to sign on loan this summer.

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