Tangerines boss looking to reunite play-off winning group...
Blackpool manager Ian Holloway has announced his intention to bring last season’s loanees back to Bloomfield Road ahead of the new Premier League season.
Holloway, who managed QPR and Plymouth before arriving at Blackpool, is seeking to reunite Seamus Coleman, DJ Campbell, Stephen Dobbie and Barry Bannan with the rest of the squad before the new campaign.
"I'm trying to bring those players back so at least I have what I finished the season with," Holloway told the club's official website.
Blackpool are yet to make a signing this summer but reports state that Dekel Keinan, the Maccabi Haifa defender, is close to completing a free transfer to the Tangerines.
47-year-old Holloway is also said to be interested in young Monaco midfielder Malaury Martin.
"He's been in every French age group up to Under-21, and he's still only 21, and that's the sort of calibre of player I'm looking at," said Holloway.
Blackpool begin their first top flight season since 1971 away at Wigan as the proposed home game had to be moved to the DW Stadium as the improvements to Bloomfield Road will not be completed in time.