After a move to Crawley broke down last week, a second League One club have now had a bid accepted for Grabs by the Millers.
Boss Steve Evans confirmed to the clubs website this afternoon: "There has been a couple more offers. One has been sanctioned by the Chairman to accept, which I've done this morning. Lewis has also been given permission to reignite talks with Crawley Town and I don't know where that is because I leave that stage alone.
"He's also been given permission to speak to another League One club and again I don't know much about the talks, whether they will be held before the weekend or after it. I've made my position known on Lewis, whether he wants to leave because he wants to move to the south or if he wants to stay, we'd love him here because he's a talented boy.
"If I was putting on a bet then I'd say he would say he will be leaving, but I thought he would have left last week to go to Crawley but they couldn't agree terms.
"I know that both clubs are getting the opportunity to speak to an exciting young man. I'm told if he does go, then that money will be used to add to what we have here."
Evans has also dismissed speculation linking the club with a bid for Torquay midfielder Eunan O'Kane.