Millers land local lad...
Transfer activity continues at pace at New York Stadium after boss Steve Evans today agreed the signing of Frazer Richardson, subject to Football League ratification.
The defender has penned a two-year deal with the club and adds depth to the Millers defensive options, which also include new fellow new signings Kirk Broadfoot, Richard Wood and Mat Sadler.
Richardson, who has a wealth of experience, played his football at Championship level last season firstly with parent club Middlesbrough, and then concluding the campaign with Ipswich Town on loan.
The 31-year-old, who started his career at Leeds United, will join up with his new team mates next week when the baulk of the squad return to pre-season training.
After making over 150 appearances for the Elland Road club, he also enjoyed spells with the likes of Charlton Athletic and Southampton.