Millwall have 'moved on' from Reading winger Femi Azeez, according to reports.

Azeez, who rose through the Academy with the club, enjoyed a strong campaign in League One last year, netting nine goals and grabbing another nine assists.

The club triggered a year extension on the winger's contract to keep him under deal until the summer of 2025, but unsurprisingly the form of last year has seen him pick up suitors.

All Nigeria Soccer have reported that Championship Millwall are in 'advanced talks' with the winger.

However, the Reading Chronicle reported that although an approach was made by the Lions, the Royals rejected early advances.

It was unclear whether the second-tier side would return for the 23-year-old after being rebuffed, but it would appear not.

Richard Cawley of the South London Press, a highly-respected local journalist, has reported that Neil Harris' side 'made a tentative enquiry for Reading attacker Femi Azeez but were told he is not for sale. The Lions have moved on.'

Fears remain amongst supporters that star players may leave this summer as any takeover appears some way off.

Pre-season ramps up a gear on Saturday with the first friendly scheduled behind-closed-doors against Watford.

League One returns on Saturday, August 10 at Birmingham City.