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Australia's Tim Cahill returns to Millwall ahead of World Cup

Australia's all-time leading goalscorer Tim Cahill is rejoining Championship side Millwall ahead of the World Cup.

Cahill played 251 matches at The Den between 1998 and 2004, scoring 57 goals before leaving for Everton and the Premier League.

The 38-year-old has been without a club since parting ways with Melbourne City last month and has his sights set on a fourth consecutive World Cup berth with the Socceroos.

Cahill completed a medical at The Den on Monday before signing alongside boss Neil Harris and CEO Steve Kavanagh.

Cahill will be presented to Millwall fans before Tuesday's Championship clash against Derby County, though he won't be available for selection.

"I'm coming home" Cahill tweeted.

"The romance of the story is definitely not lost on me. I've always said that if I came back to England, I'd come home," he told the Millwall website.

"It's an amazing feeling. To finally come home and to join Neil Harris, David Livermore and all the lads will be really special.

"I can't wait to greet the fans, meet my new teammates -- it's one of those things where it's meant to be.

"Millwall is where I learnt my trade and it was the most important learning period of my life -- my apprenticeship in understanding football.

"To come home to where it all started, it's emotional, but it's happy emotions, because you wish for it to happen, you want it to happen, but when it finally comes to fruition, it's the perfect move."

Cahill will be out to impress new coach Bert van Marwijk before the Socceroos meet France, Peru and Denmark in Group C at the World Cup in Russia in June.

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