Doncaster have completed a double move for Newcastle teenager Kazenga LuaLua and Manchester United goalkeeper Gary Woods.
Congo-born striker LuaLua, who is the 18-year-old brother of Lomana LuaLua, has moved to the Keepmoat Stadium on a one-month loan deal.
LuaLua, who has made four appearances for Newcastle this season, will slot into Sean O'Driscoll's squad as a direct replacement for Jason Price who has moved on loan to Millwall.
Goalkeeper Woods has joined the club until the end of next season after being released by United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
Woods, who is also 18, moved to Old Trafford from Cambridge in 2007 but has found opportunities hard to come by with United already having a number of keepers on their books.
He did appear for United's first team in a pre-season friendly at Aberdeen and is now expected to provide competition for veteran stopper Neil Sullivan.
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