Rufus in talks with Rovers
By Ben Warburton
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Plymouth defender Rufus Brevett has been granted permission to talk with Doncaster.
Plymouth Argyle full back Rufus Brevett has been given permission to talk with League One side Doncaster Rovers.
The former Jamaica international was told by manager Tony Pulis that he no longer featured in his plans and was free to look for a new club, earlier this week.
Dave Penney has been the first to move for the experienced left back, and the 36-year-old will now head to South Yorkshire for talks.
Rovers have been playing former Leeds United youth Sean McDaid at left back this season, and although he has performed beyond expectations, Penney may see Brevett as just the sort of player that the youngster can benefit from.
Pulis has confirmed that the Derby-born defender, who joined the Pilgrims from West Ham United on a free transfer in the summer, is meeting Rovers in the near future.
"Rufus has been given our permission to hold talks with Doncaster," Pulis said.
Another Plymouth player who could be heading out of the door is midfielder Keith Lasley.
The former Motherwell player has been given permission to talk to League One side Blackpool, after making only one full appearance for the Pilgrims so far this campaign.
"Keith is at Blackpool. He has been given our permission to talk to them," Pulis confirmed.