Kandol's in the bin

Last updated : 29 January 2009 By Van Blerk's Crossing
Having already brought back Adam Bolder to The Den, Millwall boss Kenny Jackett has admitted that he would also like to add Leeds United striker Tresor Kandol to his playing squad - but revealed he is not prepared to pay a fee for the player.

This could spell the end of The Lions' interest in the Congolese international, who returned to Elland Road yesterday after a loan spell that saw him score eight times. Leeds boss Simon Grayson was prepared to listen to offers for the player but it the Yorkshire club have no desire to loan the player out to a possible promotion arrival.

"We were keen to keep Tresor Kandol on loan but Leeds United have said no," Jackett told the News Shopper. "At the moment, I presume he has gone back to Leeds.

"If Leeds want to loan him again we would be interested in talking but in terms of purchasing him, which is the option at the moment, we are not looking to do that.

"We have taken Izale Mcleod on loan and we will have to see how the people we have do."