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Friday, November 13, 2009

QPR Duo In Contract Talks....Tom Heaton Already Out on Loan Again

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Dave McIntyre/BBC 606 - Duo in contract talks
- Rangers are to offer new contracts to Mikele Leigertwood and Angelo Balanta.
- Leigertwood has been in talks and looks likely to sign a two-year deal with the option of a third year.
- And Balanta is also in line for an improved contract having impressed Jim Magilton before picking up an injury.
- But the club’s immediate priority is some short-term cover for Radek Cerny following Tom Heaton’s return to Manchester United.
- Heaton, whose United contract expires in the summer, is back at Old Trafford after three months with QPR.
- Rangers are looking to bring him back in January either as a permanent signing or on loan for the rest of the season.
- In the meantime, they want another keeper on loan.
- A number of possible signings are being considered and they include Andy Marshall, who spent some time at Loftus Road during pre-season.
- Marshall was close to signing for the club following a trial, but did not agree personal terms and ended up joining Aston Villa.
- A midfield signing is also possible following the news that Gavin Mahon will be out for some time with a knee problem. BBC606

Sky Sports - Heaton: Dale deal
- Rochdale have signed Manchester United goalkeeper Tom Heaton on loan until the end of December.
- The 23-year-old shot stopper, who is an England Under 21 international, joined on Friday and is set to make his debut when Chesterfield visit Spotland on Saturday.
- Heaton has had loan spells at Championship clubs Cardiff and QPR, only leaving Loftus Road on Thursday, and will stay with Keith Hill's men for the remainder of 2009.
- Heaton told the club's official website: "I am looking to improve and develop and hopefully help get some wins for the team." Skysports

- Rochdale have signed Manchester United goalkeeper Tom Heaton on loan until the end of December. Although only 23 years of age the young keeper has been with Manchester United for 12 years. The England under U21 international has rose through the ranks at Old Trafford to cement his place in Ricky Sbragia's second string side. Heaton found himself on the bench 10 times for the first team in the 2007/08 season but with a lack of first team opportunities he has looked else were to gain more experience of competitive football.
- At the start of the 2008/09 season Heaton signed for Championship side Cardiff City on a season long loan dean. His performances impressed Cardiff boss Dave Jones so much that he was made the first choice keeper ahead of Finland international Peter Enckelman. Only an injury prevented Heaton from playing the full season. For the start of the 2009/10 Heath joined Queens Park Rangers on a three month loan deal.
- In an interview on Friday morning with DALE PLAYER Heaton stated what he is looking to get out of the loan move and what he can offer Rochdale AFC, 'Im looking to improve and develop' and to 'get some wins for the team'. Rochdale

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