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Jason Koumas: Talks still ongoing between Cardiff and West Brom, WBA having asked upwards of Cardiff's 1.5m offer. JK is still determined to end up at Ninian but his agent has been stirring interest from other interested clubs in the press. Sam Hammam has been absolute in his determination to get Koumas and is confident that he will get his man.

Mikele Leigertwood: Palace centre-back whose contract is soon to expire. Played in the premiership last year after moving from Wimbledon. Attracting interest from several Championship clubs and Palace are likely to offer a new deal, but with centre-back cover needed, Jones may be keen.

Francis Jeffers: Arsene Wenger's 'fox-in-the-box', after a hugely promising start to his career at Everton, Jeffers made a big money move to the Gunners where he failed to emulate his prolific scoring record. He was limited to subs appearances and made little impact. Following a loan spell at Rangers and a fruitless stay with Charlton Athletic the former England frontman is available for transfer and appears to be on his way to Cardiff or Crystal PaLace

Ian Moore: Son of ex-Bluebird Ronnie Moore. An experienced frontman who provides more than he scores. Former Burnley and currently at Leeds, the big striker would most likely provide cover for Steve Thompson.

Mark Kennedy: Wolves left-sided midfielder interesting his former manager DJ. Very popular at Molineux and experienced at this level. Possibly a back-up should we fail to land Koumas??




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Writer: Bluebirdshroom Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 29 2006

Time: 10:18AM

Your Comments

" looks like being a long hard season for you"
millers4eva
it certainly does. But then I don't think there will be many easy games for anyone in the championship
cherry_brandy
didn't realise that Cardiff would be investing this kind of cash in players. 3,000,000 in the bank must be the reason.
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