We are now a week away from the end of the January transfer window, meaning Millwall are running out of time to make any improvements to Gary Rowett’s squad.
It’s been a pretty underwhelming season so far and they’re yet to make any signings this month, so fans may be feeling more than a little frustrated.
With time running out, we’ve highlighted all the biggest Millwall transfer news…
Maikel Kieftenbeld’s arrival expected this week
Rowett signed the midfielder when he was the manager of Birmingham City back in 2015 and it seems he’s now set to reunite with him at the Den.
According to London News Online, the deal for Kieftenbeld is close to completion with the 30-year-old expected to join the Lions this week.
The Dutchman’s deal with the Blues is set to expire in the summer, something it seems the south London club have capitalised on and may well have even landed him in a cut-price deal.
Failed move for Jayson Molumby emerges
It seems Kieftenbeld is not the only midfielder that Millwall have pursued an interest in this month as the details of a failed move for Molumby have emerged.
The 21-year-old impressed while on loan from Brighton last season and it is understood that the Championship club tried to sign him permanently this month.
His parent club are believed to not have been keen on such a deal, however, and he has now joined Preston North End on loan.
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Rowett confirms Alex Mowatt interest
Reports earlier this month indicated that the south London club had seen an offer for the Barnsley skipper rejected.
Mowatt’s contract is up in the summer, so he could be available cheaply.
Speaking to London News Online, Rowett has confirmed that they are interested in the Tykes midfielder but indicated that it’s been tough to get any deals done.
He said: “It is a really tricky balancing act. It’s about trying to get the right players. I think the likes of Mowatt have been mentioned – that’s the level we’ve tried to be at. But again it is not quite as easy as just putting a bid in and getting a player.”