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Tim Cahill in London to finalise Millwall return
July 20 2018, 06:51 | Van Peters
Camera Icon Tim Cahill in his Millwall
Sky Sports reported earlier that Cahill had travelled to London to discuss his potential Millwall return and latest reports have indicated that the popular midfielder has been offered a deal by The Lions.
Cahill's glittering career began at Millwall, where he scored 57 goals in 251 appearances between 1998 - 2004. The Australian developed a keen eye for goal which saw him bag 56 goals for the London club.
Tim Cahill believes a return to Millwall is the "perfect" move as the evergreen striker eyes of regular football before the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation.
Cahill has since spent spells in China and back in his native Australia but has been a free agent since leaving Melbourne City in December.
He has agreed a deal running until the end of the Championship season at Millwall under his old team-mate Neil Harris, although he will not be eligible for Tuesday's game against promotion-chasing Derby County. Cahill said: "It's hard to put into words [what it feels like to wear a Millwall shirt again] - I'm still taking it in now".
Cahill is believed to have flown to England to finalize his next move with a high chance of a sensational Millwall return.
"I'm really happy", Cahill added.
"Since then, I've followed his career and admired what he has done and I know full well what he can bring to my dressing room".
"To come home to where it all started, it's emotional, but it's happy emotions, because you wish for it to happen, you want it to happen, but when it finally comes to fruition, it's the flawless move".
Australia's leading goalscorer in global football - Tim Cahill is aiming for a return to English football in search of more game time in a bid for his selection to Australian world cup squad.