Bradford City midfielder Jason Kennedy has admitted that a permanent move to Carlisle would be ‘perfect’.
The Bradford City player could become the Cumbrians first summer signing, and his agent has already held talks regarding a permanent move to the Sky Bet League Two outfit.
Cumbrians boss Keith Curle had offered Kennedy a new contract on Monday, and it seems that the Carlisle boss is keen to enhance his squad early in the summer transfer window.
Kennedy has impressed the boss during an 11 game spell, where the midfielder scored three goals, helping the Cumbrians avoid relegation this term.
Kennedy said to the News and Star: “He wants me to come and sign for the club,” talking about manager, Curle.
“He’s looking to shake things up big style and what he said quite excited me.
“For me it would be perfect. I’ve got my family based in the north east which isn’t too far away, I’ve enjoyed my football at Carlisle, and my little boy and missus are loving me being here.”
Kennedy also revealed that he has received interest from another club, but as the Cumbrians had ready offered him a contract, that was his best option.
The midfielder is out of contract with parent club Bradford City this summer, and is set for talks with manager Phil Parkinson.