BY RICHARD CAWLEY
Neil Harris is staying tight-lipped on Millwall’s transfer links.
The Lions have had a bid knocked back for Portsmouth’s Jamal Lowe. And Ipswich keeper Bartosz Bialkowski, pictured above, and QPR striker Matt Smith are understood to be on the club’s summer shortlist.
Harris said: “We’ve been linked with players. Some are right and some come completely from nowhere, players from countries where we’ve never heard of the player. We have never recruited from abroad, so it’s not likely we will sign one from Outer Mongolia on a 12-year contract.
“Some will be true – that we have enquired about or made a bid for.
“Sometimes reports come out but we like to do our business in private and not alert other clubs to what we’re doing and what we’re spending. When it does come out it comes out from one place – and that’s an agent.
“I won’t be talking about individual players at other clubs.”
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