BY RICHARD CAWLEY
Millwall have made a bid for a Premier League player as they move on from their attempts to land Portsmouth attacker Jamal Lowe.
Both the Lions and Wigan had had bids for the 24-year-old, pictured above, knocked back by the League One club.
And the South London Press understands that Millwall are cracking on with other summer targets.
Lions chief Neil Harris told this paper recently that there was a “good possibility” the club would break their transfer record again this summer – after twice doing so at the end of August 2018 for Tom Bradshaw and Ryan Leonard.
Pompey are thought to value Lowe at £3million and their chief executive Mark Catlin told the Portsmouth News: “If we don’t feel a figure can strengthen our squad or improve it in any areas, then we won’t sell that player.”
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