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Millwall should try everything to secure a deal for this tricky Crystal Palace man

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With Millwall preparing for life back in the Championship, after a two year stint in League One, Neil Harris has a long and hard pre-season ahead.

Finishing sixth in the League One last year, many pundits placed them as the underdogs going into the League One play-offs, but after showing their determination to return to the Championship, they were able to upset Scunthorpe and Bradford fans on the way back to England’s second tier.

Harris has already made four new acquisitions which included Wolves’ Jed Wallace returning to the Den on a permanent basis.

Although, Harris should be happy with his transfer business so far, he may need a few more signings if the Lions are to be a force in the Championship next year.

Crystal Palace’s Sullay Kaikai, who is valued at £213k on transfermarkt, would be a perfect signing for Millwall, whether on a year-long loan, or if they could afford a permanent move.

Kaikai is a very versatile midfielder, being able to play down either flank, in a central attacking role, or even as a striker, and with his blistering pace, skills, and agility, would be a class signing for any Championship club.

The 21-year-old has also proven his ability at Championship level, being an outstanding performer out on-loan at Brentford last year, there is likely to be a lot of competition if Palace are willing to let the winger go.

A move out on-loan to Millwall may suit not only both parties, but may benefit Kaikai himself, as with both clubs being London-based, the youngster won’t be far away from his family back at Palace, but will also be surely guaranteed first team football in a Lions shirt.

Millwall fans… What do you think? Would you be happy if Harris signed Kaikai? Do you think he is a realistic target? Let us know in the comments below!


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