Cardiff City striker Kenwyne Jones is on his way out of the club after having initial talks over the weekend with a foreign club, according to BBC Sport.
The Trinidad and Tobago international was left out of Cardiff City’s 1-0 victory over Blackburn Rovers, and looks likely to move away from the Cardiff City Stadium during the January transfer window.
Jones has scored five goals in 20 appearances this season, but has been out of favour at the club since the arrival of Tony Watt from Charlton Athletic.
The striker joined Cardiff in a swap deal with Peter Odemwingie, who moved to Stoke City in 2014, and was the club’s top scorer last season, netting 13 times for the Bluebirds.
The South Wales club are looking to cut down their wages as the striker is the highest earning player at the club.
Cardiff manager Russell Slade initially wanted to negotiate a contract for Jones as it runs out at the end of the season, but has chosen to cut his losses on the striker.
It is unknown which club Jones has undergone talks with, however it is thought that he could be on his way to either the MLS, China or the Middle East.
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