Former Leeds United striker Tom Elliott is expected to leave AFC Wimbledon for Millwall next month when his contract at the Cherry Red Records Stadium runs out.

Now 26, Elliott began his career at Elland Road before moving north to Hamilton Academical in 2011. Spells at Stockport County and Cambridge United followed, before Elliott joined the Dons in July 2015.

The hard-working targetman immediately became a regular in the Wimbledon side and made 44 appearances for Neal Ardley's men in the 2015-16 season in League Two, scoring six times.

The Dons made the step up to League One for 2016-17 and with it, Elliott's goals to games ratio improved. The striker made 46 appearances this season for the Dons, scoring 13 times.

However, it looks like Elliott's time at Kingsmeadow is over with the striker expected to join Neil Harris' Championship new-boys Millwall when his Dons contract expires next week.

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