Evans ready to do business
Rotherham manager Steve Evans says he expects the club to splash the cash in the summer, as they look to earn promotion next season.
The Scot was appointed as the Millers' boss earlier this month and has already promised a major overhaul of the club's playing staff, as he looks to guide the South Yorkshire side into League One.
With Rotherham due to move into a new stadium next season, chairman Tony Stewart has already confirmed that he'll back Evans in the transfer market and the former Crawley manager expects a number of new faces to arrive at the club in the summer.
"I would have thought the chairman will be signing some cheques," Evans said. "Everything has a cost at the end of the day, but I don't think the chairman would build a new stadium like that and then deny us of some quality on the pitch."