Millwall manager Neil Harris is happy to let defender Byron Webster leave the club in the January transfer window, as long as he can secure a suitable replacement, according to a report in the South London Press.
Webster has been at The Den since 2014 but with limited opportunities this season and his contract up in the summer a move away is very much on the cards.
So is Harris right to let Webster leave?
Only if they have a replacement lined up.
Millwall are hardly blessed with depth at the back this season which has been a big factor in their collapse from last.
Webster is far from amazing, but at least he knows the position.
He’s barely being playing, he’s 31 and they’re working on a budget.
It’s common sense.
Webster looks set to drop into League One and that tells you everything you need to know about where he is in his career.
It’s the natural order of things.
He’s not played much this season for Millwall and it makes sense for him to move somewhere where he will play more.
He’s got plenty to still offer so it makes sense.