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 were only able to pick up a 1-1 draw with Middlesbrough yesterday.
Junior Nkwonta is set to be let go by United and he could reportedly link up with Jose Mourinho at Premier League rivals Spurs.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta would surely like to add a new centre-back during the January transfer window.
Chelsea have reportedly been offered the chance to sign Gabriel Barbosa.
Xherdan Shaqiri needs to leave Liverpool if Jurgen Klopp wants Adama Traore.
It's been a rocky last year for the man who struggled at Leeds United.
Tottenham Hotspur reportedly want the Fulham duo this month.
Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United are reportedly interested in Sheffield United’s Luke Freeman.
Tottenham Hotspur recorded a draw at Middlesbrough in the FA Cup on Sunday.
Tottenham Hotspur reportedly want Max Aarons of Norwich City.
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.