Doncaster Rovers boss Grant McCann remained tight-lipped about reports linking him with moves for Kieran Sadlier and Sean McLoughlin.
Reports in Ireland have suggested that Rovers are close to agreeing a deal for attacking midfielder Sadlier and have also made a bid for Cork City centre back McLoughlin but are yet to meet the League of Ireland club’s valuation.
McCann is close to rubberstamping two new signings as he bids to strengthen his squad during January with a view to a concerted play-off push.
But Rovers’ boss would not name names when the topic came up at Thursday’s press conference ahead of this weekend’s trip to Bristol Rovers.
“There is two coming in,” said McCann.
“Whether it’s those two you’ll have to wait and see.
“One of them will cost a lot of money so maybe he’s not in our price range.”
He added: “If you go to a game there’ll be speculation you’re after a certain player.
“That is the nature of the transfer window.
“I think we’re going to be linked with a lot of players over the next three or four weeks.
“At the minute we have a squad that is doing well. We will add to it, of course.
“There are a couple of deals that are quite far down the line but not signed, sealed and delivered.
“Hopefully they’ll come in and help us.
“I spoke to the board and Gavin [Baldwin] on Tuesday after training and we were all in agreement that we’re