Millwall’s move for Rotherham United winger Ben Pringle has broken down, according to News at Den.
Pringle’s contract runs out in the summer, and after a £175,000 offer was accepted, Pringle was given permission to speak to the London club.
Pringle was a major influence in Rotherham’s promotion campaign last year, also attracting interest from Championship outfit Reading.
He is formerly a West Bromwich Albion youth player, and joined Rotherham in 2011, when they were in League Two. He has since made 129 appearances and has scored 17 goals.
Ian Holloway had reportedly marked Pringle down as a major target for the Lions, who want to strengthen their playmaking and set piece areas.
Holloway is looking to expand his Millwall side who are currently in the relegation zone, level on points with Brighton who are above them.
The Lions started the season very well, but have been in very disappointing form recently and are drifiting down the Sky Bet Championship table.
Striker John Marquis was loaned out to Gillingham yesterday, after only making two appearances for the Lions this season.
They drew 3-3 with League One Bradford in the FA Cup last weekend, taking the game to a replay. If they win, they will play arch rivals Chelsea in the fourth round.