MILLWALL have been offered a cut-price deal to sign ex-Rangers striker Kyle Lafferty this summer, NewsAtDen understands.
Lafferty has two years left on his contract with Swiss side FC Sion but the 25-year-old, who scored six goals in 30 appearances last season, has been told he is free to leave.
The Lions were made aware of the Northern Ireland international's availability prior to Steve Lomas' appointment as manager, but a source confirmed: "It's something that we may pursue later on."
Lafferty is being moved on after enraging Sion chairman Christian Constantin with his performance in a 5-0 defeat to St Gallen last month.
Constantin hit out at four other players after the game, saying: "I won’t agree to their involvement in the team again. With regards to Lafferty, I accept he has had injuries which have affected him mentally and physically, but I’m still angry with him.
"He will work with our fitness coach because he is no use to us just now."
Lafferty, however, recently insisted he was settled in Switzerland – although admitted he would be open to returning to British football if the opportunity arose.
He said: "I am very proud to be a Sion player. Before joining Rangers I played in the Championship with Burnley and maybe I'll go back to the UK one day, but I feel good here."