Miller's Black Cats interest
By Alex Dunn
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Ipswich's Tommy Miller admits that a proposed move to Sunderland looks intriguing.Ipswich midfielder Tommy Miller admits that a proposed move to Sunderland looks like an intriguing prospect.
The talented 26-year-old is out of contract at Portman Road and having found the net 15 times this term, is a prospect being considered by several Premiership outfits.
Leeds United are also thought to be in the chase for his signature, but Miller admits it is Sunderland who perhaps have the edge at this stage.
Black Cats boss Mick McCarthy is looking to add fresh faces to his newly promoted squad and with Ipswich resigned to another term in the Championship, it would appear Miller could be the first of several new additions this summer.
''I have not decided on my future as yet. I'm waiting to get a contract offer from Ipswich in writing which should arrive within the next day or two,'' Miller told the East Anglian Daily Times.
''I have had four great years at Ipswich and ideally I would love to stay here.
''But if the offer from Sunderland is genuine and something was to come of that then obviously being from that area I would sit down and talk with them.
''But it is not about money, it is about what is best for my future.
''I have not had talks with anybody as yet.''
Meanwhile, Crewe boss Dario Gradi has denied that Leeds have tabled a concrete offer for Kenny Lunt.
The talented 25-year-old midfielder is keen to quit Gresty Road in an attempt to ply his trade on a higher level - but as yet, no offer has been forthcoming according to Gradi.
''There are noises coming in my direction concerning Kenny and, as he still has a year to run on his contract, I'm sure they would want to speak to me first in relation to a fee,'' confirmed Gradi.
"No-one has asked me about Kenny Lunt and I can say Leeds United haven't been in touch.
"I have now circulated Kenny's details to potential clubs and we will wait to see what happens."