Charlton director Richard Murray has agreed to meet representatives of the club’s supporters’ trust at The Valley on Saturday. Angry fans demanded Murray address them before the game against Walsall to provide answers about the club’s future. Takeover talks drag on and Murray, who has said no transfer funds will be available to manager Karl Robinson this month, will now meet the chair and vice-chair of the Charlton Athletic Supporters’ Trust to discuss the situation at the League One club.
Angry Charlton supporters have demanded director Richard Murray addresses them at The Valley on Saturday to provide answers about the club’s future. Takeover talks drag on and Murray has said no transfer funds will be available this month. Owner Roland Duchatelet is in contact with several parties but there has been no breakthrough. Manager Karl Robinson is desperate to add signings but he will not be able to spend the £400,000 received for the sale for of Ricky Holmes to Sheffield United.
Millwall have held informal talks with Tim Cahill over a return to The Den but the 38-year-old Australian is not their priority in the January transfer market. Cahill is a free agent after he left Melbourne City last month and he is searching for new club to play regular football ahead of the World Cup this summer. Neil Harris is open to a move for former team‑mate Cahill, who made 249 appearances for Millwall between 1998-04, but the manager’s priorities are a wide player and a central defender.
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