Rotherham United are in negotiations with Wrexham over potential midfielder for next season deal

Rotherham United are in negotiations with Wrexham January target Jamie Lindsay about a new contract after being relegated from the Championship, according to the club’s official website.
Rotherham United are interested in keeping the midfielder for next season as they try to return to League One at the first opportunity under Steve Evans’ leadership.
Lindsay, 28, was on Wrexham’s radar this winter as they aimed for promotion from League Two, according to the RRR Podcast. He did not move to the Racecourse Ground during the January transfer window, as Phil Parkinson’s side finished second in the table.

His contract with the Millers expires at the end of next month, and he is set to become a free agent as things stand. In the most recent update to his status on their retained list, he is in ‘discussions’ about an extension.
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It remains to be seen whether Wrexham will pursue Lindsay again in the coming months.

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The Red Dragons have a busy summer ahead of them as they prepare for life in the higher league after being promoted.

Lindsay has been with Rotherham United since 2019, and he has served the club well in recent years.
He has made 156 appearances in all competitions for them, scoring eight goals. Under Paul Warne, the Scotsman helped them win promotion from League One twice.

Prior to moving to England, the ex-Scotland youth international played for Motherwell before joining Celtic as a kid.

Lindsay never featured for the Hoops’ first team, but he did have loan spells at Dumbarton, Greenock Morton, and Ross County to gain experience before joining the latter permanently.

He later scored nine goals in 48 games in the Highlands before going south of the border. His future is uncertain while Rotherham United talks with him about his status.

What happens next for Rotherham United and Wrexham?
Rotherham United would want to win promotion at the first opportunity, and Evans’ decision to keep Lindsay would be wise. He provides valuable competition and depth in the center of the park and understands what it takes to advance out of that league.

Wrexham must maintain their momentum heading into next season and are likely to be active in the transfer market. They have great aspirations to go up the ranks under their Hollywood owners, but they must decide whether to return to Lindsay or pursue other possibilities.


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