MILLWALL are poised to miss out on the signing of Reading right-back Shaun Cummings because of budget constraints.
Lions boss Steve Lomas wants to bring the 24-year-old in on a season-long loan deal but cannot make his move until he has freed up space in his wage bill.
Lomas wants to add an attacking full back to his squad and, Cummings, who played nine times for the Royals in the Premier League last season, fits the bill.
The former Chelsea trainee has turned down a move to League One side Bristol City but is being trailed by two other Championship sides and wants his future to be resolved as soon as possible.
Reading are asking interested parties to pay around 70% of Cummings' buy lexapro no prescription wages, but Millwall cannot afford to do a deal until they have offloaded some of their own fringe players.
Young strikers John Marquis and Aiden O'Brien have been made available for loan, whilst Josh Wright and Martyn Woolford both featured for the club's U21s side against Crystal Palace on Tuesday night, suggesting Lomas may be willing to cut them loose.
But the Lions have not received any offers or enquiries for any of their players, meaning Lomas' summer recruitment is at a standstill.
The Millwall boss is actively keeping tabs on two other right backs – Middlesbrough's Justin Hoyte and Swindon's Paul Caddis – but his hands are tied on all incoming deals for the time being.