Millwall manager Neil Harris could opt to swoop for a player from either Scunthorpe United or Plymouth Argyle this summer after travelling to Glanford Park to watch the two sides in action on Tuesday evening according to the Plymouth Herald.

The Iron beat Argyle 2-0 to virtually end the visitors’ Sky Bet League One play-off hopes. Highly rated pair Hakeeb Adelakun and Ivan Toney were on target for Nick Daws’ side.

It has now been reported that Millwall boss Harris was an interested spectator at the match and he has admitted that he could look to the likes of Scunthorpe United and Plymouth Argyle for his side’s summer recruitment drive with The Lions again likely to have one of the lesser playing budgets in the Sky Bet Championship next term. Harris is thought to have been impressed by the talent on display with his scouting mission being a success.

Harris has worked something of a miracle at The New Den this season after guiding the club to promotion to the second tier of English football last term. The South Londoners look set to narrowly miss out on a play-off place in the Sky Bet Championship despite starting the season as one of the favourites for relegation.

Keeping hold of his star performers may be Harris’ biggest task this summer while he will need to work efficiently in the transfer market with the resources available.

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