Breaking: Gillingham is eager to sign the Doncaster Rovers talent player..

MK Dons and Gillingham to miss out on Doncaster Rovers attacker

The attacker, whose contract at the Eco-Power Stadium expires at the end of next month, has the opportunity to consider his options. Nevertheless, he will remain with the Yorkshire team as they get ready for another season in League Two. Molyneux, 26, has been with the team since he joined in 2022 and helped them make it to the play-offs last season, but they lost to Crewe Alexandra in the semi-finals. According to journalist O’Rourke on X, he has recently come to the attention of MK Dons and Gillingham, two other fourth-tier teams. However, they will have to look elsewhere for targets as he prepares to dedicate his future to the team. his present-day group.

For Doncaster Rovers, keeping Molyneux on staff would be very beneficial.

Since joining them two years ago, he has made 101 appearances and netted 14 goals, 11 of which came during the previous season as they made a late push into the top seven.

The North East team’s academy ranks saw the Bishop Auckland native advance through its ranks as he began his career there.

He played regularly for the Black Cats at several different youth levels and made 13 appearances for the first team while still a young player. He also had loan stints at Hartlepool United and the Stadium of Light in order to gain experience.

In 2019, the latter signed him permanently, and he went on to establish himself as a vital member of Victoria Park’s team.

During his tenure with the Pools, Molyneux scored 18 goals in 111 games and assisted them in winning promotion from the National League in his third season.
The Doncaster Rovers are

anticipated to work with him to arrange an extension as they attempt to launch a new offensive for League One under McCann.

Gillingham and MK Dons have been acknowledged as having interest as they attempt to escape the fourth division. The latter have appointed Mark Bonner, a former player for Cambridge United, as their new manager.



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