BY RICHARD CAWLEY
Neil Harris says that there is nothing holding back players who have been told they can secure moves away – with their exits not dependent on incoming deals first.
Winger Fred Onyedinma has been told he can go but Millwall will not let a player who still has potential to kick on leaving for nothing.
The Lions will also not block Tom Elliott leaving, although they want a fee for a striker who was a big success for AFC Wimbledon.
“The players we have spoken about leaving the club, if they wish to, are free to go as and when,” said Harris. “That’s as long as the deal is right for the club and the player.
“We are not reliant on other people coming in first.
“It’s just ensuring the opportunities which arise are right for the player and the club.
“I’ve made it clear which players here we want to go and keep. We’re prepared for that.”
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