The Doncaster Rovers have tried forward Cameron Cresswell after leaving Derby County, according to a Doncaster Free Press report.
Doncaster Rovers is currently taking a look at the youngster.
Cresswell, who is 21, is currently a free agent after being released by Derby at the end of last season.
Donny faced the youngster in recent preseason friendlies against Bradford City and Wakefield.
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Cresswell is a product of the Derby academy and has been a regular on their youth teams for the past few years.
He made a total of 68 appearances for the Rams Under-23 team and had 21 goals and six assists.
Derby gave him his first-team debut in an FA Cup clash against Chorley in January, a game in which the Championship team lost.
He then made his second and final appearance in a league game against Stoke City in March.
Derby made the difficult decision to part ways with him when his contract expired in June, but Cresswell is now looking to eventually win a deal with Doncaster.
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Richie Wellens’ team has a number of riders playing for them right now and have some big decisions to make.
Cresswell could be a decent signing for the Yorkshire side on a free stroke as he is young and has the potential to improve in the future.