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Bouazza eyes English return

Millwall lead chase for former Watford star

By Graeme Bailey - Follow me on Twitter @graemebailey.   Last Updated: 25/01/11 3:25pm

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Bouazza: Interest

Bouazza: Interest

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Millwall are leading the chase to bring Hameur Bouazza back to England, skysports.com understands.

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The Algerian international is still only 25, and is keen to move back to Britain where he began his career.

Bouazza made his name with Watford, who he joined at just 16, before a £3million move to Fulham.

His time at Craven Cottage did not work out and he went on to have loan spells with Charlton and Birmingham, before switching to Turkey with Sivasspor.

He soon returned to these shores with Blackpool - helping them to promotion last season before signing for newly promoted Ligue 1 side Arles-Avignon.

Now he is looking to seal a move back to England and Arles are ready to let him leave on an initial loan.

Millwall are seeking to bolster their wing options and are one of a number of clubs looking to land him.

Middlesbrough, Coventry and Sheffield Wednesday have also been credited with an interest.

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