Anderson spent a short but successful loan spell at the Keepmoat last season.
Keshi Anderson is a man in demand
Doncaster Rovers' hopes of a reunion with young Crystal Palace striker Keshi Anderson this summer are under threat, with the South London Press claiming that a host of League One clubs are interested in securing a loan deal for the 21-year-old.
MK Dons, Oxford United, Shrewsbury Town, Northampton Town, Swindon Town and Gillingham have all been credited with having an interest in Anderson, who is yet to make his senior debut at Selhurst Park.
Rovers boss Darren Ferguson told the Doncaster Free Press earlier in the summer that he was keen on bring Anderson back to the Keepmoat, following an impressive run of form that saw the forward net three goals in seven appearances, before a broken leg prematurely ended his season.
But with Doncaster dropping down into League Two following last term's relegation, they are likely to face a real fight to seal a return for the former Watford academy product, who recently signed a new contract with the Eagles.
Although another loan move is likely, Anderson looks set to stay with Palace during preseason before weighing up his possible options.