MILLWALL are looking at bringing back Tim Cahill to The Den, according to reports.
The former Lion is on the hunt for a club after leaving Melbourne City last month and has been looking at a move to England or Turkey.
And the Daily Mail report that Australian Cahill, 38, wants to try and make the Socceroos squad for the Russia World Cup in the summer.
Turkish Super Lig side Karabukspor were favourites to bag his signature.
Cahill is a legend at Millwall making 249 appearances and scoring 56 goals and starring in their FA Cup run that saw them lose to Manchester United in the final.
Midfielder Cahill played under David Moyes at Everton from 2004-12.
He made 257 starts and scored 68 goals in a highly successful stay on Merseyside.
But now it looks like he could be returning to South London with the club where he kickstarted his career.
He continues to be a key figure for the Socceroos, scoring the winner against Syria that took Australia to next summer's World Cup finals.
But regular games will be needed to make sure he stays fit and is not overtaken by someone else for selection.
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