Derby County set to appoint League One promotion specialist Paul Warne as new manager after agreeing deal with Rotherham and relieving Liam Rosenior of duties

    Derby County are set to appoint Rotherham manager Paul Warne as their new boss, talkSPORT understands.

    The Rams have told Liam Rosenior that he is no longer interim manager as the club prepare to confirm Warne as Wayne Rooney’s permanent successor.

    Warne is stepping down from the Championship to League One

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    Warne is stepping down from the Championship to League One

    Warne has overseen six successful years at Rotherham – who currently sit eighth in the Championship after a bright start to the campaign.

    Derby, meanwhile, are seventh in League One as they bid to fight their way back into the second tier.

    Warne is a man with experience when it comes to winning promotion from League One, having guided the Millers back to the Championship three times in six years, boasting a 100 per cent success rate.

    It is understood the Rams have had eyes on the 49-year-old Englishman since July.

    Derby have now agreed a compensation deal with Rotherham, while Rosenior is expected to remain at Pride Park as part of the coaching staff.

    The Rams were were put into administration at the start of last season and subsequently relegated from the Championship after being hit with a combined 21-point deduction.

    Rosenior won four games, drew two and lost three

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    Rosenior won four games, drew two and lost three

    Derby then saw manager Rooney leave the club for DC United.

    After fears for their future, the Rams are now seeking stability after being bought by Derbyshire-based property group Clowes Developments Ltd – a company owned by owned by lifelong Derby fan David Clowes.

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