Reading boss Steve Clarke has kept his cards close to his chest in regard to the potential sale of defender Shaun Cummings to Millwall in the January transfer window.
Cummings, 25, has struggled for appearances this season and is out of contract this summer, which has fuelled speculation in regard to his potential departure.
Cummings has been at the club since 2009 making 76 appearances in the process, but has never really featured as more than a player to cover injuries within the squad.
The Reading boss gave an update on the future of the right back in a press conference today, telling Get Reading: “When something happens, you guys will be the first to know.”
He did go on to say however that Cummings may well feature in his squad for the visit of high flying Middlesbrough this weekend.
The Royals go into this game with a more confident mood following a recent revival and return to form since the appointment of Steve Clarke and will go into the game with a real belief that they could pick up three points.
Steve Clarke has already said this window is likely to be quiet for the Royals, with the sale of Royston Drenthe the only big topic in regard to transfer news so far this month.
Drenthe has endured a torrid time since his transfer to the Berkshire outfit and had been loaned out to fellow Championship side Sheffield Wednesday before making his return at the turn of the New Year.