BREAKING NEWS : Rotherham United manager Steve Evans makes pledge regarding key player linked with summer move to

ROTHERHAM UNITED manager Steve Evans has stated that Peter Kioso is’very much in the plans’ for the upcoming season.
The defender, who started Evans’ first game back in command of the Millers against Birmingham, missed the weekend trip to Bristol City and will also miss Saturday’s final-day home game against Cardiff, along with midfielder Cafu.

Kioso was recalled from a season-long loan at Peterborough in January after making a strong impression at the club, which is expected to make another move in the summer.

Evans added, “Peter Kioso is an excellent player. My head boggles as to why he was (on loan) in League One given he plays for Rotherham United.”He was excellent, even dazzling at times, for Peterborough United. I spoke with PK and assured him he was very much in the plans.”

Rotherham United manager Steve Evans makes pledge regarding Peter Kioso -  linked with summer move to Peterborough United

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Evans has lost no time setting the groundwork for what is likely to be a major squad makeover in the aftermath of relegation.

Steve Evans' message to Rotherham United's Peter Kioso about next season
The Scot was brought in with a remit to look into various football facets of the club, including the makeup of the backroom staff, and he hopes to bring in a first-team coach in the future.

Former Millers striker Alex Revell, who held the position during Evans’ stint at Stevenage, is the man he wants.After Stevenage’s final-day home victory against Cheltenham Town last weekend, Revell, who has been in caretaker charge since Evans’ departure, stated that he does not “know what is around the corner.”

Evans added, “We’re going to look at all of the staff here. We have some excellent staff members here.

“We probably don’t have enough of them because people have left over the last three or four months.

“We are going to hold off on the position of first-team coach for a few weeks to see how the Alex scenario develops. Alex may go back into management. “He has had a scholarship and an apprenticeship with us for the past two years. He has learnt a lot, and he still has a lot more to learn. “Everyone knows he’s a great guy.”

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