Paul Hartley reckons Kevin Nisbet would have to consider a move to Millwall because they could soon be knocking on the door of the Premier League. Record Sport broke the story online on Tuesday night the English Championship side had tabled an opening six figure offer for the on-form Hibs star.
That first offer was turned down but the London outfit have since had a club record bid - understood be be worth £2.5million in total - accepted for the Scotland international could make the move to the New Den later today.Hartley had a spell at Millwall under Jimmy Nicholl, and is well aware of the potential the play-off chasers have.
He said: “If Kevin has the opportunity then he might want to look into it because Millwall are a good club. They are a bit of a sleeping giant.
They definitely have the potential to go to the Premier League.”The Lions have bared their teeth in the top-flight in more than 30 years but are just three points off third in the Championship.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk