MIDFIELDER Conor Newton, who had held talks with Mick Harford about a move to Millwall, has now agreed terms with Rotherham United.
Former Newcastle United youngster Newton met with Harford after the Lions' scouting boss went to watch him in action for loan club St. Mirren earlier this month.
But Rotherham, who could be promoted to the Championship this weekend if they defeat Leyton Orient in the League One play-off final, were first to make Newton a firm offer.
Wolves and Sheffield Wednesday had also been tracking the 22-year-old.
It is understood Millwall are weighing up several midfield targets and did not table a deal to Newton before he agreed to sign for Rotherham.