Dickov confident over duo

Doncaster manager Paul Dickov is hoping to complete the double signing of Dean Furman and Jean-Yves M'voto this week.

Last Updated: 04/07/13 at 13:55

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Midfielder Furman made eight appearances for Doncaster while on loan at the end of last season, while Oldham team-mate M'voto is also keen to follow former Latics boss Dickov to the Keepmoat.

Midfielder Harry Forrester completed his move from Brentford on Monday, with the two clubs yet to agree on a compensation fee.

Dickov said: "We have, however, agreed deals in principle with three players, Harry Forrester, Dean Furman and Jean-Yves M'voto.

"Harry has been in training with us. He's a player who is at a good age and we think he can do well here. We're trying to agree some sort of deal with Brentford at the minute.

"Harry wants to sign with us and if he does we would need to pay some sort of compensation, I think the most sensible thing would be for both clubs to come to an agreement over the fee.

"Dean and Jean have also agreed a deal in principle and the paperwork should be signed and completed by the end of this week or early next week."

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