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Millwall Linked With Bialkowski
Thursday, 6th Jun 2019 18:17

Millwall are reported to be showing interest in Blues keeper Bartosz Bialkowski.

According to the Daily Mirror, the Lions have joined Birmingham City in eyeing the 31-year-old.

Millwall are very much in the market for a keeper with David Martin having joined West Ham, Ben Amos's loan from Bolton having ended and Jordan Archer having decided to move on this summer with his contract up.

Town are understood to be willing to consider bids for the Polish international, who is the highest-paid player at Portman Road following the bumper new deal he signed last year after returning from duty with Poland at the World Cup finals in Russia.

That new contract followed the Blues' refusal of a £3 million offer from Birmingham for Bialkowski, who, following a tough season for both club and player, is likely to fetch significantly less this summer.

League One football will do nothing to improve Bialkowski’s international prospects and despite having said he is happy at Town - and that he plans to live in Suffolk once he retires - a move back to the Championship is likely to appeal should a club - whether those currently linked or another side - firm up their interest.

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CI_ITFC added 13:38 - Jun 7
They can have him on Loan and pay his wages. He can drive there or get the train from Ipswich. We can have him back with a full Championship season in him once we get promoted from League One.

agentp added 21:09 - Jun 7
Shineyblueknives You can't just loan a player out - especially to higher level club. A Player would want to move on, collect a hefty sign on fee and receive a significant new contract. No player or agent would agree to that. Wouldn't show much ambition for the other club either.

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