Everton fans, and indeed fans of the Premier League in general, will remember the name Tim Cahill with some fondness. The legendary Australian spent eight seasons with the Toffees, securing his legacy as one of the greatest Australian footballers of all time.
It was at Millwall that Cahill forged his career however, leading the club to the famous 2004 FA Cup final in which they lost to Manchester United. It is Millwall too where he wishes to end his career, according Sky Sports, and is expected to sign in the next few days.
Cahill scored over 50 goals for the Lions during his first stint with the club, and has since gone on to play for Everton, New York Red Bulls, Shanghai Greenland Shenhua, Hangzhou Greentown, and, most recently, Melbourne City.
Currently a free agent, the Australian will likely only sign a deal that lasts until the end of the season, representing one last challenge.
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