Former Millwall loan star linked with a return

A former loan star has been linked with a potential return to The Den, but any move comes with significant considerations.

Ryan Longman impressed during his loan spell at Millwall last season, making 36 appearances across all competitions. His standout moment came in April when he scored a spectacular long-range winner against eventual league champions Leicester City, a highlight in an otherwise inconsistent season for the Lions.

Ryan Longman is tipped to leave Hull City permanently, but the managerial changes at the club might delay this transition. According to Hull Live, new head coach Tim Walter, who replaced Liam Rosenior, wants to evaluate the 23-year-old midfielder before making any decisions.

Ryan Longman scored three goals in 36 Millwall appearances. Image: Millwall FC

The report stated: “Longman is one of the players likely to move on this summer, having spent a good season on loan at Millwall. Neil Harris wants to bring him back to The Den, and Longman himself is thought to be keen on staying in South London. However, he’ll return to pre-season training at City like everybody else, and you just never know. Walter might see something he wants to work with and a player he may feel he can improve and get the best out of, however unlikely that may appear at this particular juncture.”

Neil Harris praised Longman’s abilities towards the end of last season, noting the player’s desire to stay after the final game against Swansea.


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