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Rovers could lose ace Quinn

A host of Championship clubs are ready to take advantage of a release clause to bid for Doncaster Rovers' defender Paul Quinn, Sky Sports understands.

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Paul Quinn: Impressing at Doncaster this season

The 27-year-old full-back joined Rovers in the summer on a free transfer from Cardiff City.

However, Sky Sports understands that Quinn has a clause in his contract which allows him to move for free during January.

A number of Championship clubs are now believed to be considering taking Quinn, including his former boss Dean Saunders at Wolves - who is well aware of his situation.

Bolton and Crystal Palace are also thought to be considering making a move for Quinn - who began his career with Motherwell, making nearly 200 appearances for them before joining Cardiff in 2009.

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