Cardiff City will be looking to make some big signings this summer as they prepare for their return to the Premier League in 2018/19.
The men from South Wales enjoyed a solid campaign in 2017/18 as they defied all the odds to seal automatic promotion under Neil Warnock.
The former Sheffield United boss will be all too aware now, though, that the work really starts this summer and he’ll be looking to bring in some exciting new faces.
As per Wales Online, then, that is what he is on course to do with the Bluebirds apparently targeting West Ham’s Robert Snodgrass:
The former Hull City winger is well versed in the rigours of Premier League football and before moving to West Ham he was displaying some fine form.
What happened with the Hammers, though, is well publicised and now he might be looking for a more permanent spell elsewhere after his Aston Villa future took a turn for the worse after the play-off loss.
Warnock and Snodgrass know one another from their time together at Leeds, of course, and the manager has said before how highly he rates the Scot so a move does seem possible.
And, when you look at his stats from last season, a move also seems more than a good idea.
Thoughts, Cardiff fans? Let us know below!
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