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Rovers must complete two parts of the transfer deal today, yesterday’s deadline

The main one will be Tyler Magloire’s expected exit, with Motherwell, the Scottish prime minister, being his target

The 22-year-old wasn’t on the U23 squad last night in Leicester City when Rovers tried to secure him a deadline

It didn’t happen last night but all indications from its representatives are that the center-back will move to the Scottish Premiership side on loan. Motherwell, managed by Graham Alexander, ranks 10th Place in the table

He is expected to be the second Rovers youngster in this window to move north of the border Goalkeeper Joe Hilton has signed for Ross County for the remainder of the season

Magloire will be the third Rovers youngster to leave this week after Jack Vale and Joe Grayson joined League One clubs Rochdale and Oxford United

Rovers worked late at night to give Magloire a move and he will also be the third defender to stay in the window after Grayson’s and Hayden Carter’s departure to Burton Albion

Harry Chapman joined Shrewsbury Town in December and will spend the remainder of the season with League One Club, another Rovers youngster who will do his job outside of Ewood Park for the second half of the season

Magloire spent the first half of that season at Hartlepool United and they were looking to sign him again after impressing in his ten appearances between November and January

Another National League club was also interested in Magloire, but in the uncertain future of the non-league, that possibility was ruled out as Rovers was initially unwilling to loan him out until they secured new defenders

Magloire was the defensive cover on the bench for the weekend win over Luton Town

In the meantime, the Bolton Wanderers will cut the loan from midfielder Tom White, who has struggled to influence the second division side

The 23-year-old started the first three games of the season but has only made two starts since then and Ian Evatt will exercise the clause under the season agreement that sees White return to Ewood Park

White spent much of last season at Barrow in the National League, working under Evatt, who made the midfielder one of his first signings when he took the job at the University of Bolton Stadium, but he doesn’t have the last five squads on match day made with White The Wanderer now have more than five loan players in their books

White, who was out of contract that summer and signed with Gateshead in 2019, was scheduled to return to Rovers earlier in the window before being loaned out to a National League club But even that prospect is no longer likely to be part of Billy Barr’s roster for the rest of the season

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