CHARLTON boss Chris Powell says he could yet resurrect a deal for Dany N'Guessan – but only if it is financially viable.
The Addicks have had a bid turned down for the striker on the back of a successful loan spell last season, but the 25-year-old is holding out for a return to The Valley.
And Powell says the move could yet materialise if he can reach a compromise with his Millwall counterpart Kenny Jackett.
“People have linked us with Dan, he was very successful for us last year but of course everyone has got to be happy in any deal – the selling club, the buying club and of course the player," he told News Shopper.
“We will have to wait and see whether anything resurrects from that and of course whether we go in for anyone else. If we do any business it must be right and viable for this club.”