Swansea City youngster Aaron Lewis could be set to join League One Doncaster Rovers on loan for the remainder of the season as he seeks competitive football.
The 20-year-old is way down the pecking order at the Liberty Stadium, with boss Graham Potter having several decent options at right-back.
Lewis has failed to make the matchday squad for the Swans this season in the league and only made the bench for an early-season League Cup tie.
That means he has been restricted to U23 football over the past few months.
Therefore, it could be beneficial for the player to move on and journalist Alan Nixon has revealed that the Yorkshire side are emerging as a potential destination for the player.
Grant McCann’s side have enjoyed a very good season so far and currently occupy the final play-off spot, although they are only six points behind second-placed Luton in what is a tight division.
Should the deal go through in time, Lewis could be available for Doncaster’s FA Cup third-round tie against Preston at Deepdale this weekend.
This seems like it would be a very good move for all parties.
Firstly, Lewis would relish the chance to play in League One instead of for the U23s and it would help his game significantly, so Swansea would welcome that too.
As for Rovers, they clearly need a new right-back and the youngster has the ability to make a positive impact on their team.
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