Cardiff City manager Neil Harris has revealed that he expects the club to be busy in the final few hours of the summer transfer window.
The Bluebirds have already been busy in the market this summer, and it seems there could still be business to be done before the window closes at 5pm on Friday afternoon.
Harris has been speaking about several potential comings and goings from the club between now and then, with plenty still to be decided.
Here, we take a look at the latest transfer rumours emerging around Cardiff City heading into the final hours of the window.
Woodrow’s name is one that has emerged as a potential target for Cardiff, as they look to add some firepower upfront.
Speaking about the prospect of a move for the forward, Harris admitted that he believes Woodrow is a good player for this level, with the striker having been key to helping Barnsley avoid relegation last season.
However, Harris also conceded that permanent deals are not easy to do in the current environment, meaning this is one that could seemingly go down to the wire.
Wolves defender Sanderson spent the second half of last season on loan at Cardiff, where it seems he made quite an impression.
It has recently been reported that both Cardiff and Sheffield Wednesday are keen on deals to bring the full-back back to the Championship for the coming campaign.
Commenting on those links, Harris observed that Sanderson now has a high-standing at Wolves, meaning whether or not he leaves Molineux will likely be based on a last minute decision by the Premier League club.
It has been suggested that Flint is attracting attention from elsewhere in the Championship this summer, although it appears he could be set to stay in the Welsh capital.
The centre back has yet to feature in the league for Cardiff this season, but it seems Harris is not willing to let him go just yet, with the Bluebirds manager insisting that the 31-year-old’s future remains at Cardiff, and that they would need to replace him were he to leave.
Another name to have been linked with Cardiff recently, is Liverpool attacker Harry Wilson.
It was recently reported that Cardiff are one of several Championship clubs who are keen on a loan deal for the 23-year-old, although it seems as though it may not be easy to bring Wilson to the Welsh capital.
It is thought that Derby – who Wilson spent the 2018/19 season on loan with – are leading the race for the Wales international, while it has also been claimed that Liverpool are demanding a minimum £1million loan fee for Wilson.