Doncaster Rovers report via their Official Site, that left-winger Michael McIndoe has agreed terms with the Yorkshire side and is expected to put pen to paper prior to tonight's pre-season friendly against Rotherham United.
The move brings to an end nearly three weeks worth of stalement between McIndoe and Yeovil Town, but is a huge comedown from the initial claims that he was leaving Yeovil to play at First Division level.
McIndoe, who was advised by Football Agent Steven Denos, believed that a big club was waiting in the wings, but the advice of his agent has backfired on the Scotsman and he finds himself instead leaving for a side that finished 17 points below the Glovers last season instead of the dream move he thought he was capable of getting.
McIndoe played 110 times for the Glovers, scoring 25 goals in the process. Manager Gary Johnson has yet to decide whether he needs to move into the transfer market to seek a replacement, but the current pre-season performances of 18 year-old left-back Stephen Reed and the re-emergence of Nick Crittenden in the left wing-back slot must be making Johnson wonder whether the answer lies within.
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