Millwall’s Jed Wallace reportedly set to sign pre-contract deal with Besiktas

Millwall attacker Jed Wallace is reportedly set to sign a pre-contract agreement with Beskitas.
Wallace is due to be a free agent at the start of July.
Sky Sports are reporting that the 27-year-old is set to put pen to paper on a deal that will see him move to the Turkish side at the end of the season.
Wallace exclusively spoke to the South London Press in July about his contract situation. He said: “I’ll always give 110 per cent, which is why I think I’ve got a good relationship with the fans.
“My performances can always be up and down but my level of effort – whether I had 10 years on my contract or 10 hours – will never be different.
“Every time I pull on a Millwall shirt I give my absolute all. Sometimes I might misplace a pass or not win a tackle, but I’ve played more than 200 games for Millwall – I give my all on the pitch for the football club and off it, for the community. That will never change, regardless of what the contract situation is.”
Wallace initially signed for the Lions in 2016 on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers before renewing the loan deal in January 2017.
The former Portsmouth winger made his move to The Den permanent in June 2017. He has scored 36 goals in 179 appearances.
Wallace is recovering from a quad injury he suffered in mid December.




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