Yeovil Town manager Terry Skiverton states that he is sat on around three loan deals for the 2010-11 season, but does not want to commit himself too early. Speaking to this week's Western Gazette, the Glovers boss has explained that he does not want to commit himself too early over the summer whilst he is still looking at other targets:
"I have spoken to three or four managers but what I do not want to do is commit myself too early to these loans because you never know what the situation is. I sorted out my loans early last season because obviously I knew them. Three other managers are just waiting for me to pick up the phone. We are looking to probably get another centre half in on contract and maybe one on loan as well, like we had last year. That will be somewhere we look at and it will be a good battle between the three (along with Stefan Stam) to see who starts next season."
The Gazette also confirms that midfielder Jean-Paul Kalala has returned from France and is now back in pre-season training with the rest of the squad. He is also in talks with Chief Executive Martyn Starnes over his contract with the Glovers, having become a free agent over the summer.
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