Cardiff City will be looking to continue their strong form over the next few weeks after picking up a run of good results in the Sky Bet Championship.
The Bluebirds largely have centre back Aden Flint to thank for his performances in more recent times, with the defender having surprisingly popped up with an impressive four goals to earn both a draw against Peterborough United and a win over Millwall during the weekend just gone.
Cardiff’s early season success has been thanks in no small part to the transfer business that they have conducted so far, with the likes of James Collins, Ryan Wintle, Ryan Giles and Mark McGuinness all being signed from Luton Town, Crewe Alexandra, Wolves and Arsenal respectively.
Now with just over a week remaining of the window, Mick McCarthy will be looking to manage various transfer situations over the coming days as he looks to finalise his squad.
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Here, we take a look at TWO transfer dilemmas that are looming over the club right now as 31st August creeps closer…
Sell or keep Kieffer Moore?
The towering striker is said to be a transfer target for Premier League Wolves, with Football Insider reporting that the top flight club are lining up a bid for the player.
Moore has long been linked with a move away from the Cardiff City Stadium this summer and the Bluebirds could well cash in on their star man if the price is right.
Wolves are said to be ready to submit a £7 million offer for Moore, with Cardiff sure to want a lot higher than that amount.
With the Wales international now being into the final two years of his contract in South Wales, the club are faced with a big dilemma as Wolves lie in wait.
Move for Ronan Curtis or not?
The Bluebirds also need to decide if they want to act on their interest in Portsmouth’s Ronan Curtis, with The News recently reporting that there has been no movement on the 25-year-old’s situation at Fratton Park.
Preston North End and Blackburn Rovers are also said to hold an interest in the Irishman, however no bids have seemingly been made thus far.
It appears unlikely that Pompey would sell one of their most prized assets this late in the window, however McCarthy could be tempted to test their resolve with a bid.
The player has made no secret of his desire to play at a higher level and Cardiff could well act on that in the near future.