Charlton Athletic winger Tarique Fosu is attracting the interest of Rotherham United, according to the South London Press.
The Millers were relegated to League One last season, and they are now looking to bolster their attacking options as they target an immediate return to the Championship.
However, they are not the only side showing interest in Fosu as Oxford United and Lincoln City are also keen on the services of a player whose contract expires later this summer, according to the report.
It is stated that Charlton have offered Fosu an extension to his current terms, but this is only to ensure they get compensation for the 23-year-old.
The winger made 30 appearances and was involved in seven goals for Charlton last season as they sealed promotion to the Championship via the play-offs.
However, he is currently out of favour under manager Lee Bowyer, having not featured since late March.
So, would Fosu be a good signing for Rotherham? We discuss…
“I think this would be a good signing.
“Fosu is still young with plenty of potential, and his experience as part of Charlton’s promotion winning side this season could be a benefit to Rotherham as they look to repeat that same feat next season.”
“The fact Fosu is another midfielder linked with The Millers does however add further credence to the suggestion that Will Vaulks could be on his way out of the club in the summer.”
“This would be a really good signing.
“Fosu hasn’t hit the heights he would have first hoped to with Charlton this season, and something has gone on behind the scenes I think.
“On his day, he can change the course of a game on his own, and would be an excellent signing for Rotherham if they can pull this one off.”
“Fosu would be a good signing for Rotherham, but I wonder if their fans might be underwhelmed.
“After all, he wasn’t a regular start with Charlton, which suggests he’s not quite top six material.
“He has other options, so they might get involved in a wages war too.
“I can see the value for them, he’s young, quick and can score goals, but it’s about perceptions too.”