Lions ace eyes loan move
By Graeme Bailey
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Millwall hit-man Chris Zebroski is being allowed to go out on loan next season.Millwall hit-man Chris Zebroski is being allowed to go out on loan for the first part of next season to further his education and a number of League One and Two, and non-league Premier clubs are interested.
Lions manager Willie Donachie is thought to still be a big admirer of the striker but believes that the player will benefit from playing every week rather than playing a support role in a Millwall team expecting to push for promotion this forthcoming season.
Zebroski's agent, Dean Sheehan of Definitive, has revealed that a number of clubs are keeping tabs on the striker.
Ç£Willie has already told me that he wants Chris playing regularly so that he can call on him when needed and now he will be match sharp and have the benefit of games and goals under his belt - which every striker needs,Ç¥ Sheehan told skysports.com.
Ç£Clubs in League One and Two and the Conference have expressed strong interest.
Ç£Chris will go where he feels he will improve as a player. He is young and he needs to add match experience to his armoury of electric pace and power.Ç¥
Hereford, Oxford, Torquay and Cheltenham are believed to be amongst those in the frame for Zebroski's signature.