JAAP Stam's Reading FC summer clear-out shows no sign of ending with Danzell Gravenberch joining a Belgian second division club.

The 23-year-old made just one start in five Royals appearances last season after joining from Dutch side FA Dordrecht a year ago.

With his opportunities limited at Madejski Stadium, Gravenberch has now signed for KSV Roeselare on a season-long loan.

The former Dutch youth international trained with his his new team-mates in Belgium last week and he could make his debut for Arnauld Mercier’s side against AFC Tubize on Saturday, August 5.

Gravenberch's one and only first-team start for the Royals came in an EFL Cup win over MK Dons last August.

Meanwhile, Reading defender Jake Cooper is in the process of agreeing personal terms with Millwall over a move to the New Den.

The 22-year-old former Forest School pupil enjoyed a successful loan spell with Neil Harris' Lions last season and was part of their side that won promotion to the Championship through the play-offs.

Royals have now agreed a fee with Millwall in the region of £500,000 for Ascot-born Cooper, who graduated through the Academy and made 40 league appearances for the club, scoring four times.

Cooper is the latest player allowed to leave by boss Stam after Niall Keown, Jack Stacey, Tariqe Fosu and Zak Jules, while Aaron Kuhl and Craig Tanner left after their contracts ran down.

Reading also saw Huddersfield Town-bound Danny Williams reject a new deal in order to sign for the Premier League newboys, a move that should be confirmed before the end of the week.

In addition, striker Deniss Rakels, 24, has been loaned to Polish side Lech Poznan for the season and goalkeeper, Jonathan Bond, 23, has joined League One Peterborough United on an initial sixth-month loan.

But Stam may have a fight on his hands to keep hold of two-time Player of the Year Ali Al-Habsi after the Oman keeper was the subject of a £300,000 bid from Saudi Arabia club Al-Hilal earlier this week.

Reports also suggest Middlesbrough have activated a £1m clause in Chris Gunter's contract, though it is believed Royals have no interest in selling the Wales right-back.

And the chance of that transfer happening now looks even more unlikely after Stam signed a new two-year contract earlier today.

It was Gunter who had urged the club to sort out Stam's future quickly in the aftermath of Royals Championship play-off final defeat to Huddersfield Town last season.

It is rumoured Gunter could now commit his future to the Royals by signing a new contract himself.

Meanwhile, Paolo Hurtado's future is likely to be settled before the end of the week, with loan club Vitória de Guimarães keen to secure him on a permanent deal.

Reading Under 23s striker Andrija Novakovich was loaned to Dutch club Telstar this week shortly after signing a new two-year contract at Madejski Stadium.