CHESTER CITY are considering taking Doncaster Rovers goalkeeper Andy Warrington on loan with a view to a permanent signing.
The 30-year-old shot-stopper broke his leg last season, but has spent the summer fighting his way back to full fitness.
City chairman Stephen Vaughan said: "I have spoken to the Doncaster chairman John Ryan, and Andy is available for transfer.
"Mark Wright is extremely interested in the player and there could well be developments in the next day or so.
"We would have to receive assurances that Andy has recovered from last season's injury but we have been offered the player initially on loan and then there would be a fee involved if we were to sign him permanently."
Warrington was a member of the Doncaster side that won promotion to the Football League three seasons ago via the Conference play-offs, helping them defeat City in the semi-finals.
Meanwhile, chairman Vaughan also revealed that the club's search for a permanent training ground was nearly over.
He said: "We have identified a site which isn't too far from Chester, and if a satisfactory price can be agreed, we will finalise details."
Chester supporters only have three days left to buy season tickets for next season at reduced prices. The club's Deva Stadium offices will be open today, tomorrow and Friday between 10am and 4pm.