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RUFC - Raynor 'News In A Day Or Two'

With the transfer window well and truly open there have been speculations and rumours of who Rotherham United will be getting in and who will be on their way out of the club.

Millers Manager Steve Evans has already managed to sign up loanee Liam Ridehalgh for the rest of the season from Huddersfield Town adding to the signing of Lee Frecklington on a two-and-a-half year deal as well as Mitch Rose and Alec Denton going out on loan to get games under their belts.

Today, Assistant Manager Paul Raynor spoke to MillersPlayer saying that there is activity with the Millers speaking to at least one player who they are hoping to fetch in.

'We're always looking to strengthen,' Raynes said. 'When people become available who we think will improve the squad then we will have a look.

'Steve Evans' 'phone has been red hot since the window opened but things are gathering momentum this week and there could be something to report in the next day or two and we'd like something to happen before Saturday and the Gaffer is working hard to improve things and make it happen but it just takes one 'phone call for things to collapse.

Asked about people going the other way, Paul said, that people they don't foresee getting regular game time then it makes sense to get them that game time and that there has been interest in some of those players.

The social network sites have been awash with rumours of who Steve Evans is talking too including him going back to his former club to fetch in Claude Davis as well as defender Jamaal Lascelles from Nottingham Forest. Other rumours circulating have been that skipper Ian Sharps could be leaving the club although in the interview that Paul Raynor has recently given he indicated that it would be 'fringe' players who would be going out to get game time.



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Date:Thursday January 17 2013

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