The 8 Millwall players likely to never play for the club again
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The 8 Millwall players likely to never play for the club again

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Several Millwall players are expected to have played their final game at The Den and move on in the summer.

A difficult season in South London concluded on a high note as returning manager Neil Harris led the club to safety after being threatened with relegation to League One.

Several Millwall players will leave The Den this summer, whether due to an expired contract, a completed loan, or a rumored transfer.

Here are the eight Millwall players who are set to leave before the start of next season.

Michael Obafemi

Michael Obafemi has joined Millwall on a half-season loan from Burnley. The striker made only two Premier League appearances for the struggling club before being loaned out.

The 23-year-old has not shone in the Championship with the Lions, but with a solid record in the second division throughout his career, the Lancashire club will want to keep him after their likely relegation.

Bartosz Bialkowski

After nearly 160 appearances for the club, Bartosz Bialkowski’s contract will not be renewed this summer, and he will be a free agent.

The 36-year-old Pole had remarkable success with the club, winning the Championship Golden Glove Award in 2019/20 and Millwall Player of the Year Awards in 2019/20 and 2020/21.

Ryan Longman

Ryan Longman, on loan from Hull City, has made over 30 league appearances this season and contributed to more than five goals.

The 23-year-old winger has shown a lot of promise, and returning to Hull to compete for a club that has done well at the top of the table this season appears to be a sensible next step in his development.

Danny McNamara

Danny McNamara has emerged as a versatile player for the Lions this season, appearing at left-back, centre-back, right-back, and right-midfield.

Despite being a key member of the squad this season, the 25-year-old’s contract is slated to expire at the end of the season, and there has been no talk of an extension despite his utility and versatility.

Japhet Tanganga

Japhet Tanganga, on loan from Tottenham Hotspur, has been a revelation since coming over the river from North to South London. The 25-year-old has been a crucial part of Millwall’s push away from the relegation zone after scoring vital goals against Southampton and Birmingham City.

The defender will most likely be too expensive to return to T.

Brooke Norton-Cuffy

Brooke Norton-Cuffy, like Tanganga, is likely to return to his parent club in North London following a successful loan stay in which he appeared in over 35 league games and assisted on more than five goals.

The 20-year-old Arsenal academy graduate full-back is poised for a successful career after impressing in the Championship at such a young age. He will most likely advance to a higher-level team next season.

Allan Campbell

Scottish midfielder Allan Campbell joined the club on a season-long loan from Luton Town in the summer, but has struggled to establish himself in Bermondsey.

After struggling to find opportunities, the 25-year-old is clearly undesired at the Den and appears unlikely to return next season.

Wes Harding

Despite only signing at the beginning of the season, Wes Harding appears to be leaving at the end. The versatile defender joined from now-relegated Rotherham United and has made over 20 league appearances this season, but has not played since Neil Harris arrived.

According to Transfermakt, the 27-year-old Jamaican international’s current contract will expire in the summer, which might mean he moves on.

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