Evans sets deadline for player decisions
Rotherham manager Steve Evans will tell fans which players are part of his plans for the 2012/13 season after next weekend's final game.
Evans, whose side take on Northampton on Saturday in their last game at the Don Valley before moving to their purpose-built New York Stadium, will reveal who is in and out the following Monday's clash and said the bids received from two separate League One clubs for striker Lewis Grabban were far too low. "The current season is not over yet, but I can confirm I've spoken to a number of managers and agents and I know the players I want to bring to the New York Stadium," Evans told the club's official website. "I'll sit down with our current squad on an individual basis next Monday and by the end of the day we will let our supporters know the decisions. "I will remind a number of the lads what will be expected next season, others will be told that there's no contract offer and there might be the odd player who is on contract, but we'll outline to them that there football future may lay elsewhere, but we will conduct those meetings in the most professional manner." When asked if Grabban would be leaving the club, Evans added: "As we sit [on Monday] the answer will be no. The bids made do not reflect the valuation of the player, so if it stays that way I will be delighted."