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DJ Campbell closing in on Millwall loan move

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Blackburn striker DJ Campbell is set to join Championship rivals Millwall on loan, according to talkSPORT.

The 32-year-old was left out of Blackburn Rover's clash with Nottingham Forest on Saturday after playing in the FA Cup in midweek but is now in talks with fellow Championship outfit Millwall over a possible loan move until the end of the season.

Lions manager Ian Holloway knows Campbell well after working with him at Blackpool, he then tried to sign him at South London rivals Crystal Palace last season.

Campbell is currently on bail following his arrest based on match-fixing allegations, but it seems the biggest stumbling block for Millwall could be Campbell's reported £26,000-a-week wages.

Campbell will be the second loan signing to join The Lions since Holloway's arrival at The Den in the last week after they captured Tottenham defender Ryan Fredericks on a 93-day loan at the end of last week.

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