Scottish defender looks set to leave Rotherham United for Aberdeen while Middlesbrough have eye on striker
Clark Robertson looks to have played his last game for Rotherham.
The Scottish defender joined the Millers from Blackpool in 2018 but is primed to leave with his contract expiring this summer.
Robertson, who spent much of his three years in South Yorkshire dogged by injuries, is understood be on Aberdeen s radar.
The Scottish Premiership side are his hometown club and he began his career at Pittodrie, playing 68 times between 2009 and 2015.
After six years in England, Robertson is expected to return home, though he is also contemplating offers from clubs in England.
The Millers might have hoped for more from Robertson's time at the AESSEAL New York Stadium as he was restricted to 68 appearances.
He played only 16 times during the most recent season as a number of injuries kept him in the treatment room.
The 27-year-old was offered a new deal at the Millers but has decided his future lies elsewhere following their relegation.
There has been interest in Michael Smith from Middlesbrough.
The striker had an impressive campaign for the Millers, though did not score in any of the final eight games of the season.
Smith has another year left on his contract at the Millers so will command a fee should Neil Warnock pursue his interest.
Rotherham’s retained list is set to be released in the coming days as the club look to rebuild for anoter League One challenge next season following their relegation on the final day from the Championship