Millwall are back in the Championship having earned promotion through the play-offs this weekend, and there’s promise the Lions will be here to stay in the second-tier.
Thanks to Steve Morison’s late winner at Wembley, Millwall just about beat Bradford to the post in the race for promotion but the pressure is now on manager Neil Harris to keep them in the division.
And now the preparation begins for what will be a tough season in the second-tier, and one thing Harris must do now is add to his squad to ensure that they have enough quality moving forward.
One man we’d like to see move to the Den over the coming weeks and months is Newcastle United forward Haris Vuckic, who’s career in the North East has well and truly begun to fizzle out.
He’s been at St James’ Park since 2009 but has never really broken into the first-team, despite some promising spells during loan spells away from the club.
He’s been on-loan at play-off finalists Bradford City for the second half of this campaign and played well, showing some promising signs of form as they came within an inch of getting to the Championship.
But Millwall could do far worse than taking a risk on the former Domzale man, who has shown in various spells that he has something that can be developed in the near future.
At 24-years-old, Vuckic needs to be playing regular first-team football if he’s going to garner any of the promise that he showed during his early days at Newcastle.
Millwall could be a fresh start that he really needs.
Millwall fans – Would Vuckic be a good option for the upcoming Championship campaign? Leave your thoughts down below!