Millwall are looking to sign Stoke City forward Benik Afobe on loan, according to London News Online.
Afobe is no stranger to The Den having joined the Lions on loan from Arsenal in February 2013, making five appearances for the club.
Since then, the striker has caught the eye at MK Dons and Wolverhampton Wanderers, before joining Stoke under Gary Rowett in 2018.
Afobe has scored only nine goals in 51 appearances for the Potters, though, somewhat failing to live up to expectations so far.
Quiz: What was the score the last time Millwall played each of these 25 teams?
He spent last season on loan in Turkey with Trabzonspor, scoring five goals in 29 appearances for the club, and another loan move now looks to be on the cards.
According to London News Online, Millwall are looking to bring Afobe in on loan, as Gary Rowett plots a reunion with the 28-year-old.
Rowett is looking to bolster his attacking options and bring in an out-and-out centre-forward, and Afobe certainly fits the bill.
He may not have had the best of luck in terms of injury in recent years, but he is a proven forward at this level who is capable of scoring goals.
Here, we take a look at what Millwall fans have made of this potential arrival…
Terrible goal scoring record. Just what we need.
— Dean Payne (@Dean_Payne1985) June 30, 2021
Is it the law that we have to have a Stoke player on loan?
— Jim (@jimmneal) June 30, 2021
Looks like our new 'extensive' scouting and recruitment system is literally just buying players from ex-Rowett sides…
I suppose when they said "signing foreign players" they just meant from outside of London 🤦♂️
— Karl (@Karl38839627) June 30, 2021
That’s not a good move
— Luke Pullen (@pullenlukeee) June 30, 2021
That would be a signing for us. Proven goalscorer in UK.
— Matthieu Groningen (@tjeu1973) June 30, 2021
Loving this if it happens
— Bermondsey Bill🏴🇮🇱 (@MrBillyG88) June 30, 2021
Class player… when you can keep him fit
— James S (@jamesmiiiiishaw) June 30, 2021
Love to have him back
— Dean grace (@drivergrace) June 30, 2021