BY RICHARD CAWLEY
Millwall have made a bid for Portsmouth attacker Jamal Lowe.
The Portsmouth News reported earlier this week that both the Lions and Wigan Athletic had seen £1.5million offers rejected for the 24-year-old.
And the paper says that Pompey, who lost in the League One play-off semi-final to Sunderland, are holding out for double that figure.
The South London Press understands that Millwall did make a move for Lowe, who scored 17 goals last season and is contracted to the South-Coast side until the summer of 2020.
Lions chief Neil Harris has already spoken this summer about looking to strengthen his attacking options.
Lee Gregory has already opted to leave on a free transfer while Millwall are open to offers for Tom Elliott and Fred Onyedinma. Harris has also not ruled out Aiden O’Brien being allowed to move on.
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