Millers seal Grabban deal

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Rotherham have beaten a host of League One and League Two clubs to secure the signature of striker Lewis Grabban.

The 23-year-old, who can also play out wide, has signed a two-year deal at the Don Valley Stadium after being released by Brentford, where he played for current Millers boss Andy Scott.

"After speaking with the gaffer I felt that this was the best move for me," Grabban told Millers Player.

"I know him very well, I know what he is about and I know what he will try to do for next season so it was an easy decision for me."

Grabban began his career with Crystal Palace before leaving Selhurst Park to join Millwall in 2008 for £150,000.

He spent three years at The Den before joining Brentford, initially on loan, in 2010.

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