Former Portsmouth target joins Bristol Rovers after rejecting Gillingham contract

Brandon Hanlan. Picture: Jack Thomas/Getty Images)Brandon Hanlan. Picture: Jack Thomas/Getty Images)
Brandon Hanlan. Picture: Jack Thomas/Getty Images)
Former Pompey target Brandon Hanlan has completed a move to Bristol Rovers.

The striker has penned a two-year deal at the Memorial Stadium, having turning down a new deal at Gillingham.

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Now Hanlan has moved to Rovers and will replace Jonson Clarke-Harris, who joined Peterborough.

Gas boss Ben Garner said: ‘We are delighted to introduce Brandon as our new number nine. He is a powerful and skilful forward who can both create and score goals.

‘Brandon also has the work ethic and energy we want at the front end of the team.

‘Brandon has good experience of League One and we feel we can really help him develop further. It is an exciting signing and hopefully he can have a real impact with us.’

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