BLACKBURN Rovers boss Gary Bowyer will fly to India at the end of the season to discuss his plans for the summer transfer window with Venky’s.
Bowyer has two members of his first-team squad out of contract – David Dunn and Markus Olsson – and he must also decide on the future of the five senior players he has in on loan and the nine senior players he has out on loan.
But he will only do that after Rovers’ season has ended – and after he has met the club’s owners Venky’s.
Bowyer said: “We’ve got two games left to play and we’ve got to see where we are at the end of those. Then it’s already set up for me to go out to see the owners and discuss the ways in which we can go forward.
“Obviously there are things we have to take into consideration like Financial Fair Play and that’s when we’ll have a better idea of what we can do in the window.”
Todd Kane, Michael Keane, Bryan Dabo, Liam Feeney and Luke Varney are on loan at Ewood while Bradley Orr, Yann Songo’o, Josh Morris, Alex Marrow, Ruben Rochina, Alan Judge, Leon Best, David Goodwillie and Jordan Slew are out on loan along with youngsters Jack O’Connell, Anthony O’Connor, Ryan Edwards, John O’Sullivan and Kellen Daly.