Glenn Roeder could return to Football with Cardiff City as he is being lined up for the Sporting Director role at the club, according to The Sun.
Roeder, who has been out of Football management since 2009 with Norwich City, has been in the Director’s box at The Cardiff City Stadium for the past three homes matches.
Cardiff are currently without a manager after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer stepped down last week. Leyton Orient blocked Cardiff’s approach for their manager Russell Slade yesterday. Chris Hughton and Steve Clarke are also targets.
Former Cardiff manager Dave Jones is also being linked back to the club, and Chairman Vincent Tan will decide between Roeder and Jones for the role of Sporting Director.
Jones is good friends with Vincent Tan but this idea wouldn’t be a popular decision with the Welsh club.