Duo weigh up Harewood move

Sky Sports understands Millwall and Bristol City are eyeing moves for free agent Marlon Harewood.

Last Updated: 28/06/13 at 11:27 Post Comment

Marlon Harewood: Attracting interest from Millwall & Bristol City

Marlon Harewood: Attracting interest from Millwall & Bristol City

Harewood is available on a free transfer after leaving Barnsley at the end of last season.

A number of clubs are thought to be weighing up moves for the 33-year-old, with Millwall and Bristol City leading the chase for the former Nottingham Forest and West Ham hit-man.

Millwall boss Steve Lomas has made a new striker one of his top priorities and Harewood is thought to be among his top targets having played with him during their time together at West Ham.

Bristol City chief Sean O'Driscoll is looking to build a side capable of winning promotion back to the Championship and he is in the market for striking reinforcements after seeing Jon Stead leave Ashton Gate this summer.

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