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Rotherham United Manager, Steve Evans might be on a family holiday but he took time out to tell the Official Site that he wouldn't be rushed into making his next signing.

Having already brought in nine new faces, the Millers boss has made no secret of the fact that he is hoping to bring at least one more signing , if not three, in before the season begins.

'I really do think the supporters are entitled to know what's going on at the club,' Evans said, 'but, I also respect the privacy that other clubs have asked for. The message is clear from me, unless I get who I want at the right terms for Rotherham United then we will wait

'I am really hopeful we can secure a young striker, who I rate very highly, on a season long loan. His manager agrees it would possibly be good for his development but it will be around mid-July before we know. In an ideal world we would have bought him but I got the message that he is not for sale loud and clear.

'There are two other players that I would very much like to add which is separate from two lads who will try and get themselves a contract at Championship level, I am watching those developments very closely.'

Speaking about the three he has said can go, Ryan Cresswell, Danny Schofield and Jamie Annerson, Evans said, 'RyanCresswellhas been given permission by myself to talk to three clubs, two in the Football League and one in the Blue SquareBetPremier. JamieAnnersonis talking to a Blue SquareBetPremier team, the lad needs to play football rather than train with ourreserves. Danny Schofield has clubs who have suggested they may be interested so let us see if that develops.'





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Date:Tuesday June 26 2012

Time: 3:55PM

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