Bart Set to Stay at Millwall
Wednesday, 8th Jan 2020 14:30
Town reportedly can no longer recall Bartosz Bialkowski from his loan at Millwall during the January transfer window.
TWTD revealed earlier in the week that Cardiff and Blackburn were keen on signing the 32-year-old on a permanent basis during this window but, according to the London News Online, under the season-long loan deal agreed in the summer the Blues had only a limited period in which they could recall the Polish international in January with the cut-off date having passed earlier in the week.
That being the case, Bialkowski will now remain with the Lions, with whom he has been a big success in first half of the campaign, for the rest of the season with the former Southampton and Notts County man’s long-term future set to be looked at in the summer.
Cardiff, who are managed by ex-Millwall boss Neil Harris, were eyeing a move for Bialkowski as West Ham were keen on their keeper Neil Etheridge, however, the Hammers have subsequently agreed to re-sign Darren Randolph from Middlesbrough.
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