Moore is resigned to losing loanee Exodus for the time being but will look to bring him back to the club on an permanent basis in the transfer window.
The 25-year-old 6ft 7in centre-half will return to parent club Peterborough this weekend as it has been confirmed Geohaghon cannot take part in the game with Macclesfield on November 2nd.
Geohaghon's value could be a stumbling block if the Millers were to a pursue a permanent transfer with Posh reportedly valuing the player at £100,000.
Moore told the press this week: "People say, sign him up, but I can't. It's as simple as that. I could pay £5million for him but he would still sit and not get a game until January.
"We can't do anything until January so we'll have a look then and see what the situation is."