MILLWALL are holding talks with Championship rivals Blackburn Rovers over a loan deal for striker DJ Campbell.
Campbell, 32, was left out of Rovers' clash with Nottingham Forest yesterday, having played an hour against Manchester City in the FA Cup in midweek.
He did not travel with the Lions squad to Portugal on Sunday but NewsAtDen understands negotiations between the two clubs have progressed significantly over the weekend.
Campbell's reported £26,000-a-week wages could prove a stumbling block, however.
Holloway worked with Campbell when they were at Blackpool together, and also wanted to sign him last season when he was in charge of south London rivals Crystal Palace.
The pacey forward is currently on bail until April after being arrested last month as part of a spot-fixing investigation.
Writing in his column for The Sunday Mirror in December, Holloway said: "My first reaction, when DJ was arrested, was that the allegations couldn't be true.
"It was also my second, third and fourth reaction as well."