Millwall have been linked with Queens Park Rangers striker Matt Smith.
The Millwall goalkeeper is reportedly wanted by rivals, West Ham United.
Millwall defender Jake Cooper has been a bargain for the club.
Leeds travel south to face bitter rivals Millwall on Saturday afternoon.
Middlesbrough are running out of time to sign George Saville from Millwall, so should they consider Leicester City's Andy King instead?
Aston Villa, Lyon, Crystal Palace, QPR, Sheffield United and Millwall all feature in our 11am deadline-day round-up.
Despite being strongly linked with Millwall, Wolves winger Ben Marshall is reportedly set to join Norwich.
Aston Villa want to rest Bjarnason for Millwall clash with the playoffs in view.
West Bromwich Albion considered Brentford's Dean Smith as Alan Pardew's replacement but could Bristol City, Millwall or Preston bosses also interest them?
The derby is done, and now it is time for Birmingham City to move on to the Millwall clash.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has hit one goal over pre-season so far.
Tottenham Hotspur and Everton reportedly want to sign the Ajax winger.
Newcastle United boss Steve Bruce was initially expected bring in a central midfielder at St. James' Park this summer.
Tottenham Hotspur were beaten 2-1 by Manchester United yesterday, with Mauricio Pochettino's side falling to their first defeat of pre-season.
Aston Villa paid a club-record £26m to sign Tyrone Mings from Premier League rivals Bournemouth.
Everton boss Marco Silva appears to be very keen on Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha.
The Whites of Marcelo Bielsa will host Sabri Lamouchi's Reds at Elland Road in the Championship on 10 August.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Fernando Llorente has reportedly been offered a contract to return to Mauricio Pochettino's side.
Sheffield United are thought to be eyeing additions in the West Bromwich Albion target's position.
Crystal Palace reportedly offered £8m for Premier League midfielder James McCarthy last week but could he arrive at Selhurst Park in a swap deal?
There has been a sense around The Den that Millwall’s performances have not been yielding the results they deserve in the Championship and for more than 70 minutes here it looked like the home fans would be left gnashing their teeth in frustration once again.
Neil Harris did not really need anything other than his playing days to make him a Millwall legend, but taking them back into the Championship as a manager adds a delightful layer of polish to that status.