A late outgoing for Rovers has seen forward Jack Vale depart the club, to spend the season at League One’s Lincoln City on a loan deal.
The attacker, who made his professional debut for Rovers in the 4-3 win over Reading at Ewood Park in 2020, has departed East Lancashire in search of first-team football during his fourth loan spell away from Ewood Park.
Despite signing a new two-year-deal at Rovers in October, Vale will now be able to hopefully rack up the first-team appearances and improve his development. The attacker, who will be most remembered by Rovers fans for scoring the opener in last season’s 10-9 penalty win away at West Ham United in the Carabao Cup, as well as his winner away at Norwich City in the FA Cup.
See you in the summer, Jack!