CHAIRMAN John Berylson has revealed he will travel to Paris in the coming days to interview European candidates for the vacant Millwall job.
The Lions board drew up their final shortlist for the role at a meeting on Monday – with Berylson now tipping a "surprise" name to get the nod.
And the Boston businessman has confirmed he will speak with a "couple" of continental bosses who have expressed an interest in the Den hotseat.
"We're considering foreign applicants," Berylson said. "That's not the only reason I am going to be in France, but my holiday is not a holiday anymore.
"If I meet the right guy who understands the club, and understands the UK, he will get the job. It's an interesting list. I suspect the person we end up appointing buy cialis 100mg will be a surprise.
"I'll see a couple of people in Paris and the rest in London. There are between four and six people who are going to be serious candidates for the job and I want to talk to all of them.
"The candidates I've spoken to already are very knowledgable, they're doing their homework and they know the team."
Berylson is hoping to make an appointment within the first ten days of June – and has already scheduled trips to London for next week and the week after that in anticipation of naming Kenny Jackett's successor.
One foreign name popular with bookmakers is that of former Liverpool defender Markus Babbel, who has previously managed Stuttgart and Hoffenheim in Germany.