Cardiff City held talks with Bristol City’s Kasey Palmer but their pursuit of the midfielder appears to have ended, WalesOnline has learned. The 25-year-old Chelsea product moved to Ashton Gate in 2019 following loan spells with Derby County, Blackburn Rovers and the Robins themselves. Owing to a lack of game-time, Palmer then sought a move to south Wales with City’s arch rivals Swansea City, with whom he made 12 appearances before being recalled by the Robins in January 2021.
Palmer was out of the picture under Nigel Pearson last season, playing just 204 Championship minutes, and it is understood the Bristol club want the player off the wage bill ahead of next season.
Cardiff are well-stocked for strikers this summer, but forward options are nevertheless likely to be at the heart of their efforts this summer Steve Morison of Cardiff City will already have one eye on the summer transfer window. After securing his contract extension, Steve Morison will have one eye on next season. Not that he’ll allow his team to take their collective foot off the gas just yet.
Anyone who has been paying attention to Morison’s brief managerial career will know he’s a man who doesn’t do anything in half-measures. A strong end to the campaign to bookend a disastrous Cardiff start under predecessor Mick McCarthy will be the order of the day, but laying the groundwork for next season seems of inescapable importance.
Merseyside giants Liverpool still have a lot of work to do if they want to win their first Carabao Cup title since they saw off Cardiff City. It has been almost ten years since Liverpool beat Cardiff City on penalties to win the 2012 edition of the competition.
Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish ‘King Kenny was the man in the dugout when the club saw off Cardiff City via the dreaded penalty shootout after the two teams shared four goals at the end of extra time.
Crystal Palace forward Wilfred Zaha has revealed in a recent interview that his stint at Cardiff City helped shape his career and is part of what made him the footballer that he is today. Zaha graduated from the youth academy at English Premier League giants Manchester United and showed signs of a promising future at a very young age. But he was unfortunately not trusted enough and was not given ebkigh chances to prove just how good he is. He was handed his professional Premier League debut by legendary Red Devils boss Sir Alex Ferguson at a young age but there were already a lot of top players at the club back then so he found it very difficult to break into the starting team.
Most of the chances that Zaha got at Manchester United was given to him by the former Red Devils manager David Moyes but it was still not enough for him to prove his worth. Moyes would mostly give substitute appearances to Zaha during his tenure as United manager because he was still trying to figure out his best team since getting the Old Trafford job. After a few months into the reign of David Moyes, it was agreed that Zaha would have to be sent out on loan if he really wants to get more playing time under his belt.
English Championship outfit Cardiff City have cooled their interest in Portsmouth winger Ronan Curtis. This is according to the report from The News which stated that the Welsh team has decided against stepping up their interest in the 25-year-old winger.
Curtis has been a player of interest for Cardiff City and manager Mick McCarthy. The Portsmouth winger is not a stranger to Bluebirds boss McCarthy due to their time together in the Republic of Ireland setup.
The odds of Tottenham Hotspur attacker Gareth Bale joining Cardiff City has been slashed as revealed by Welsh media platform Wales Online. It was revealed that the odds of Real Madrid loanee Bale signing for the Bluebirds is now 10/1. Bale has been on loan at Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur from Spanish La Ligagiants Real Madrid.
Bale signed for Tottenham for a second time last summer as he joined on loan from the Los Merengues after he was deemed to be surplus to requirements by then manager Zinedine Zidane. The Welsh international was rarely played as Real Madrid won the La Liga title at the end of last season prompting the player to sign for another team for the just concluded season albeit on loan.
Premier League promotion chasers Brentford have been backed to resurrect their bid to secure a place in the English top flight next season with an home win over Welsh team Cardiff City.
London club Brentford have been backed by ex-Southampton player David Prutton who made his predictions on the latest set of matches in the English Championship including the Brentford v Cardiff City game.
With new manager Mick McCarthy kicking off his managerial career at Cardiff City, the boss has attracted reviews and reactions from fans after naming his very first lineup that will be facing Barnsley on Tuesday night. The fans of the Bluebirds were somewhat provoked after being greeted with the lineup, with some questioning the coach’s decision over his choice of selections.
McCarthy’s first game in charge sees Aden Flint slotted straight into the starting line-up following his return from a loan spell at Sheffield Wednesday after struggling with niggling injuries and for form. The manager’s decision to start Flint was backed by football expert from Ipswich Town Andy Warren as he said that the decision to start the strong defender could not go wrong.
Cardiff City hosted Huddersfield Town on Tuesday night and it was a successful outing for the club as they thumped rivals Huddersfield by three goals to nil. Kieffer Moore was the star of the show as Cardiff played the match with an unchanged starting eleven.
The win now means that Cardiff have won back-to-back games for the first time this season. Robert Glatzel was the other scorer for the Bluebirds as he followed up on Moore’s finely taken Brace that powered the home side to an emphatic win.
Manchester United will play their second game of the restarted Premier League on Wednesday night when Sheffield United travel to Old Trafford.
Few would have predicted this particular fixture to be a Champions League six-pointer at this stage of the season when the season began. But that is the nature of the game given Sheffield United’s impressive first year back in the top flight. They have exceeded all expectations including their own, which was likely to keep themselves in the league. But here we are, they are on course to get at least an European finish at the end of the season.