Rotherham United have swooped to sign Derby County duo Kelle Roos and Farrend Rawson on loan, reports BBC Sport.
Goalkeeper Roos, 23, has signed a new contract with the Rams keeping him at the iPro Stadium until 2018 but has been allowed to joined the Millers on a season-long loan.
Rawson, 19, has agreed to a six-month loan deal. The defender spent a month on loan at the New York Stadium last season and largely impressed in the four appearances he made for the club.
Dutch stopper Roos joined Derby from non-league side Nuneaton Town in January 2014 in a deal for around £30,000 and has gone on to make five appearances.
Nottingham-born Rawson came through the youth set-up at the East Midlands outfit but is yet to make an appearance for the first team. The defender had captained the under-21 side last season.
It was Rawson who was the player in question when Rotherham were fined £30,000 and deducted three points during last season. He played in the 1-0 win over Brighton on April 6 despite his youth loan expiring the day before the match.
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