Shrewsbury Town winger Alex Rodman has today agreed on a deal to join Bristol Rovers.
The 31-year-old was offered a new deal by last seasons beaten play-off finalist but turned down the offer and has decided upon a move to The Memorial Stadium instead. He was a huge part of Shrewsbury’s success last season playing 55 times and scoring nine times including one in Rovers 4-0 away defeat to The Shrews last season, in fact, Rodman always plays well against Rovers.
He brings plenty of experience to the Rovers side having made over 300 appearances so far in his career, his previous clubs include Grimsby Town, Newport County and Notts County. Rodman became Darrell Clarkes third signing this summer having already brought in Ed Upson from MK Dons and Sam Matthews from AFC Bournemouth.
Rodmans Signing was quickly followed by Rovers fourth Summer signing when Darrell Clarke brought in Tommy Widdrington who joins from Portsmouth and will go into Rovers under Under 23 squad.
All four summer signings teamed up with their new teammates today as Rovers returned to preseason training.