With Cardiff City sitting just outside the play-off places in the Championship, Neil Harris will be hoping his side can produce a good run of form when the season returns.
Harris had done well with the Welsh side this term since taking over as manager, but missing out on a play-off place will no doubt disappoint the Millwall man.
Looking ahead to the summer, the club would obviously have to consider what league they may be in, but either way, Harris will want to improve in certain areas and bring in some new faces.
In order to do so, Cardiff will need to find some funds, and we have identified THREE players who could be sold by the club to bump up the cash available…
26-year-old Ralls is without doubt a key player for Cardiff, but should they fail to gain promotion, it may be that the midfielder has some offers to play in England’s top flight.
Scoring six goals in 18 appearances this season, the Englishman has enhanced his reputation and his market value £2.88m via Transfermarkt, is only going to improve towards the summer, should football return.
Whilst Cardiff fans will not be keen to see Ralls leave the club, it may be that Harris has no choice but to sell one of his most prized assets to bring in a couple of players.
Former Blackburn Rovers winger Hoilett will see his contract expire next summer with Cardiff and after a lengthy time with the Bluebirds, he could depart the club, but being valued at £2.5m, it could be that Harris cashes in on the Canadian.
Hoilett has made 32 appearances this season for Cardiff, scoring four goals and gaining two assists in the Championship.
The question is, would the winger remain in the Cardiff side if they were promoted to the Premier League?
German striker Glatzel arrived at Cardiff as a direct replacement for Kenneth Zohore last summer, costing just over £5m.
Four goals in 22 games has questioned his quality and capability of becoming a top goalscorer in the Championship and that has seen his valuation drop to just above £3m, meaning this summer, just one year on, may be the time to cash in.