Millwall manager Neil Harris will be heading into the final 12 hours of the transfer window, hoping he can hold onto 30-year-old striker Lee Gregory, as he looks to put some daylight between the Lions and the final relegation spot.
Gregory has been in decent form this season with nine goals and four assists in 29 appearances in all competitions, but with his contract up at the end of the season, speculation may continue as to his future.
So, can you see there being Deadline Day interest in Gregory?
“I think Millwall will keep him for this season at the very least.
“Neil Harris would surely be very reluctant to let anyone go now with little left in the window.”
“There might be a bold bid or two, but largely Neil Harris doesn’t sell on the final day.
“I think their business is finished and they’ll be watching the clock with the phone turned off no doubt.”
“There may be interest, but I genuinely believe he’ll sign a new deal.
“If he weren’t going to agree new terms to stay at the club, he would have been sold by now.
“And going by his celebration after his goal against Everton and subsequent post-match social media updates, he seems rather happy at the club.
“That won’t stop clubs asking about his availability, but I honestly can’t see Gregory going anywhere anytime soon.”