Rotherham United boss Paul Warne believes his former player and Cardiff City striker Kieffer Moore will be heading to the Premier League this summer, in an interview with Yorkshire Today. 28-year-old Moore, who is currently away with Wales at the European Championships, kickstarted his career at Rotherham on loan during the 2017/18 campaign and helped the Millers to gain promotion to the Championship via the playoffs, before moving permanently from Ipswich Town to Barnsley.
ROTHERHAM UNITED chairman Tony Stewart has confirmed that the club are utilising the Government’s furlough scheme to pay players during the close season – but has allayed any fears about the Millers’ financial position. Recent national reports said that Rotherham’s players had received letters asking them to go onto the furlough scheme, with a number of English Football League clubs having elected to receive financial assistance during the off-season.
The Wales striker got off the mark in Euro 2020 when he netted the equaliser against Switzerland in the opening round of fixtures last weekend Kieffer Moore is destined for the Premier League next season because Cardiff City will receive offers they simply cannot refuse after Euro 2020, according to the player's former manager Paul Warne.
A strong, towering international-class goalscorer blessed with a physique to die for and an intelligent, clean-spoken individual off the pitch, there is much to admire about Wales striker Kieffer Moore. Few know that better than Rotherham United manager Paul Warne The Millers chief got a tune out of the 6ft 5in forward – expected to lead the line for Wales in their second Group A European Championship game against Turkey in Baku later today – during the first half of 2017-18 when he joined on loan from Ipswich Town – scoring 13 times by mid-November.
A major update has emerged on Clark Robertson’s transfer plans which could be good news for Portsmouth’s pursuit of the defender. What’s the talk? According to The Daily Record, Rotherham centre-back Clark Robertson looks set to stay in England this summer despite interest from Aberdeen.
There have been reports over the last couple of days, which appears to have come from the Mail Online that Rotherham United players have received letters from the club asking them to go on furlough which is a Government scheme which help companies top up wages up to a maximum of £2,500 per month.
10 goals, 3 assists: Middlesbrough target could be ideal Neil Warnock fit amid Bristol City interest
Middlesbrough are hot on the trail of a number of strikers but one man appears to be at the top of the club’s shopping list. Reports from Teesside Live have claimed that Rotherham United’s Michael Smith is ‘a known target’ for the club after an impressive campaign in the Championship last term, while Bristol City are also keen.
Exclusive: Rotherham United rivalling Championship duo for midfielder as Middlesbrough consider shrewd bargaining strategy
Middlesbrough could use Rotherham United’s interest in Lewis Wing to manoeuvre themselves into pole position to land Michael Smith from the Millers, a source has exclusively revealed to Football League World. Wing impressed on loan with Rotherham last season in the Championship, making 20 appearances under Paul Warne, scoring two goals and registering two assists.
A major update has emerged for Ipswich, one relating to the “influential” Rotherham midfielder Matt Crooks. What’s the talk? According to the East Anglian Daily Times, Ipswich are on the verge of submitting an offer for Rotherham midfielder Matt Crooks. Paul Cook has identified Crooks as a player who could strengthen this unit at Portman Road and the Blues are now ready to make their move.
ROTHERHAM UNITED have confirmed that full-back Matt Olosunde will leave the club after rejecting fresh terms. The 23-year-old, who signed for the Millers in the summer of 2019 from Manchester United and went on to make a total of 72 appearances, was out of contract at the end of June and has elected to move elsewhere to seek a new challenge.
Rotherham are heading for disaster over “standout” centre-forward Michael Smith amid interest from Championship clubs. What’s the talk? According to the Bristol Post, Bristol City manager Nigel Pearson is considering a swoop for the Millers’ centre-forward, who is also wanted by fellow Championship side Middlesbrough.
Ipswich Town must act swiftly to complete a deal to sign Rotherham United centre-back Clark Robertson as the defender has held talks with Portsmouth. What’s the talk? According to The Independent, Ipswich, Portsmouth, Aberdeen and Slask Wroclaw are all eyeing Robertson as a potential signing ahead of the summer transfer window.
Nigel Pearson is considering a move to bring Michael Smith to Bristol City this summer, according to reports from Bristol Live. The Rotherham United striker is attracting a significant amount of interest after an impressive individual campaign for the Millers in a season that saw them suffer relegation from the Championship.
Josh Vickers has signed a two-year deal to stay at Rotherham. The goalkeeper was out of contract at the end of last season, having signed a short-term deal in November 2020. He joined as third-choice stopper behind Jamal Blackman and Viktor Johansson and did not make a first-team appearance.
Rotherham United endured a tough end to the Championship season as they were relegated on a dramatic final day. Given their resources in comparison to most of the second tier, everyone knew that it would be a battle for Paul Warne’s side to stay in the division.
Can you name the Rotherham United player who has been carded the most in each of the last 16 seasons?
Rotherham United are licking their wounds following relegation back into League One. Paul Warne’s side gave it their all last season, but an intense schedule caught up with them in the end. It wasn’t a lack of fight that relegated Rotherham, though.
The midfielder impressed on and off the pitch during his loan spell with Rotherham United The fact Lewis Wing was part of a six-man shortlist for Rotherham United's Player of the Season award despite not joining the club until the end of January tells the story of the midfielder's impact with the Millers.
Rotherham United will be hoping that they can mount a promotion challenge from League One next term. The Millers were a central figure in a dramatic Championship relegation battle which rumbled on until the closing minutes of the final game of the season when they were sent down after a 1-1 draw with Cardiff City.
Joey Barton is looking for a forward with pedigree to come in at the Mem, but he may be outbid here. Bristol Rovers are looking for reiniforcements this summer with an eye on talented forwards to come in and help return the Gas to League One. But the race for Paul Mullin is hotting up, with Rotherham said to have now joined the chase for the 26-year-old forward.
Rotherham United locked in transfer tussle with Bristol Rovers and Plymouth Argyle to signing of in-form forward
Rotherham United are reportedly interested in a deal to sign Cambridge United forward Paul Mullin according to The Sun on Sunday (23rd May, page 59). The Millers will be preparing for life back in League One, after they were relegated from the Championship on the final day of the 2020/21 season, after drawing 1-1 with Cardiff City.