Winger Gregg agrees terms with The Lions
Millwall Football Club is delighted to announce that it has agreed a deal to sign Gregg Wylde on 1st July when his contract with current side Plymouth Argyle expires.
The explosive left winger, 25, has agreed terms on a two-year contract with The Lions and becomes manager Neil Harris' third signing of the summer transfer window.
Wylde began his career with Scottish club Rangers, where he made his debut in August 2009, and also played for Bury, Aberdeen and St Mirren before his move to Home Park this time last year. In 2015/16 Wylde made over 50 appearances for The Pilgrims, including against Millwall in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, and scored seven goals.
The former Scotland U21 international told millwallfc.co.uk: "I'm delighted to have signed. It's been a frustrating few weeks after the Play-Off Final with Plymouth. I'm so pleased to be here, and with Neil Harris as well. He really sold the club to me and came to watch me play a few times too."
Gregg believes that the experience gained with previous clubs Rangers, Bolton and Plymouth will stand him in good stead as The Lions aim to mount a promotion challenge this coming season.
"At the start of my career I was at Rangers," he added. "I broke into the first team when I was 18 and was there for three years before I joined Bolton, but it didn't work out. I signed for Plymouth and was only there for a year but made 55 appearances, which was a lot, but great for me. I'm back on my feet again and I am delighted to be here at Millwall.
"I'm looking forward to the new season ahead."
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