Wolves winger Jed Wallace is on the verge of ending his two-year stay at Molineux by signing for fellow Championship outfit Millwall, according to The Express and Star.
The 23-year-old moved to the Midlands outfit back in 2015 after four years at Portsmouth, and went on to make just 11 appearances in his first season at Wolves, nine of which coming in the Championship as Kenny Jackett’s men finished 14th in the table.
However, that campaign also saw the Englishman enjoy a short loan spell at Millwall, scoring once and laying on four assists in 12 games for the Lions, before then returning a year later in January 2017 for a second and more fruitful stint at the Den, in which time he scored three goals in 21 games for Neil Harris’ men to help them secure promotion to the Championship.
And it appears that Harris and the Millwall hierarchy like what they saw of Wallace, as he is reportedly set to make a permanent move to the London outfit in the coming days.
The Lions are preparing for life in the second tier after sealing promotion via the play-offs last term, and they clearly see Wallace, having enjoyed a loan spell there earlier this year, as exactly the sort of player who can benefit them in their quest to retain their Championship status.
And with a fee reportedly agreed between the two sides, it looks like the 26-year-old’s frustrating time at Wolves is coming to an end, but a move to Millwall may be exactly what he needs to reignite his flailing career.
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