KASEY Palmer could be recalled from his season-long deal at Rovers and join another Championship club, according to reports.

Palmer, on loan from Chelsea, has started 10 of Rovers’ 26 Championship games so far, but has struggled for game-time of late.

The 21-year-old has been linked with a move to Bristol City, who already have two other Chelsea loanees on their books.

Palmer arrived on the eve of the season and has made 17 appearances for the club, in a number of positions.

He showed flashes of his promise, not least in the 1-1 draw at West Brom in October, as well as scoring the winner against Brentford at Ewood Park in August.

But, under the terms of the the deal which brought him to East Lancashire, Rovers pay just a fraction of Palmer’s wages while there is a recall option in January.

And Rovers boss Tony Mowbray hinted of the possibility of Palmer moving on.

He said last month: “When we spoke to Chelsea there were some financial issues where we couldn’t reach the stuff they were expecting so we always felt they might bring him back in January if other clubs were going to pay more money for him.”

A move to the Robins would be Palmer’s fourth loan club, after spells with Huddersfield Town, Derby County and Rovers.