The out-of-contract League Two centre-backs Bristol Rovers could sign - including Chelsea man
Centre-back is an area of concern for the Gas and that is the position they need to prioritise in the summer.
Bristol Rovers have 11 days until their next League One fixture, which is a Good Friday clash against Charlton Athletic at the Memorial Stadium.
It'll be 20 days between their 2-0 defeat to Portsmouth, and their match with the Addicks, and there has been a chance for players to take a breather before the final set of fixtures of the campaign. Rovers have a busy April and May ahead, with several double game weeks, including a trip to Shrewsbury Town on the final week of the campaign.
In the off period, Rovers have played and beaten Premier League outfit Aston Villa over the international break, despite being without star man Aaron Collins and others. Several players and staff will be allowed rests, but there's a feeling at the Mem that there is an eye already on next season.
Joey Barton's side have struggled to put a consistent run of form together, and have suffered some frustrating defeats, in the midst of good wins over Forest Green Rovers and Oxford United. Barton wished that the season could be over now, but he still has nine games to manage.
This period without any competitive fixtures is the perfect time to cast an eye on who they could sign next summer. Rovers' place in the third tier looks assured, but a big problem is their reliance on loan players which makes up a chunk of the squad. Rovers have several areas of concern, more specifically centre-back, with Jarell Quansah and Lewis Gibson, set to return to Liverpool and Everton this summer.
Here's 14 players who have played in the League Two this season or are contracted to fourth tier clubs that could be worth considering. What do you think?