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SunSport may disclose exclusively that Millwall is concluding a season-long loan for the Republic of Ireland strike star Tottenham Troy Parrott.
Spurs leader Jose Mourinho has agreed to throw his young assassin at the next Lions championship.
South Londoners hope to conclude the deal with the youth on Thursday before announcing it next week.
Mourinho gave the thumbs up after learning that his starry striker Harry Kane has benefited from a 2012 loan period to Lions.
In other news, Wilfried Zaha is afraid of being excluded from the market by Crystal Palace for the second consecutive year.
Palace is expected to ask up to £ 70 MILLION for their top player and that Zaha representatives will worry that they will reduce hopes of a move.
Meanwhile, Brighton signed Ajax defender Joel Veltman for an undisclosed amount.
The 28-year-old Dutch international joined the club on a three-year contract and becomes Albion’s second signing the summer following Monday’s capture of Adam Lallana.
Elsewhere, Arsenal is considering a move for AS Roma midfielder Amadou Diawara as an alternative to Atletico Madrid star Thomas Partey.
According to ASRomaLive, the Gunners turned their attention to midfielder Diawara with £ 27 million after rejecting a player’s offer of more money for Partey.
In the end, Leeds Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s goal appears to be with AC Milan this summer after being snapped into their new kit for next season.
And it means that Marcelo Bielsa will have to look elsewhere for a new striker after winning the promotion in the Premier League.