Rotherham manager Ronnie Moore has declared his interest in signing former Charlton striker Izale McLeod.
The 25-year-old was released by the Addicks in the summer and has yet to find a new club after an unsuccessful trial with Brentford.
Moore is desperate to sign a new striker following injuries to Tom Pope and Ryan Taylor and he has offered terms to Jon Macken and enquired about his son Ian Thomas-Moore.
Moore was keen for McLeod to come to Don Valley on a trial basis, but that could prove a stumbling block in any potential move.
"I've spoken to Izale and his agent," Moore told the club's official website.
"Basically I wanted to have a look at him first but at the moment his agent is not too keen on that, so we will have to monitor the situation and see how it goes."
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