Rovers Get Ready for Life after Jake; Tranmere Weigh Up Options Ahead of Cassidy's Return to Wolves

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Rovers Get Ready for Life after Jake; Tranmere Weigh Up Options Ahead of Cassidy's Return to Wolves


Byline: NICK HILTON Tranmere Reporter

TRANMERE have begun the search to find a replacement for the hottest marksman in League One.

Jake Cassidy, the teenage striker with 10 goals to his name already this season, will be going back to Wolverhampton Wanderers when his current loan term with Rovers comes to an end at the turn of the year.

Wolves are keen to see for themselves if Cassidy can be effective at Championship level after developing impressively as a front man in the early months of the season at Prenton Park.

Tranmere manager Ronnie Moore has been told that should Wolves decide Cassidy would be best served by another spell out on loan, then he will be given first refusal on the player. Arrangements for a second loan spell with Rovers could be put in place before the close of the January transfer window.

However, Moore says he must plan for the possibility that Cassidy will be asked to stay at Molineux and won't be available in the second half of Tranmere's League One campaign.

Moore said: "Jake is due to go back to Molineux in early January because Wolves want to have a look at him, to see if he can progress with them. If they decide to let him out on loan again, we will have the first option on him.

"Wolves will be having a look at him, probably for a fortnight. If they want to keep him then we have to go fishing to find another striker. By the time Christmas comes Jake might have scored 15 goals for us, so replacing a player like that will be very difficult.

"It's going to be down to David Philpotts, the chief scout here, the staff and myself to try and find a replacement. We've got to be looking now. We can't wait until January.

"Jake has said to me that he does not want to go back and be on the bench for Wolves, or play reserve team football down there and I'm sure Wolves would not do that."

Moore said he believed Cassidy would benefit from returning to Prenton Park for the second half of the season. "By the time he finished the season with us, Jake is not going to be far off being a really good Championship player," Moore said. …

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