Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock will be planning for life in the Championship this summer, following the Bluebirds’ relegation from the Premier League.
One player who Warnock will have to assess is striker Kenneth Zohore who failed to deliver in the top-flight, having been instrumental in Cardiff’s promotion season.
But do you think Zohore will still be a Cardiff player at the start of the new season?
“I think a lot depends on whether the manager is keen on keeping him.
“He was instrumental in getting Cardiff promoted and although he didn’t replicate that form in the Premier League he is a very good player to have in the Championship.
“Zohore may want to leave himself for a new challenge but Cardiff should be able to persuade him to stay for a promotion challenge.”
“I think he could go.
“Zohore didn’t really fulfil on his potential in the Premier League, and Neil Warnock didn’t always seem to be his biggest fan.
“With his contract set to expire next summer, this could be the Bluebirds’ last chance to get a fee for him.”
“I think he probably will be.
“He won’t have played as much as he would have liked last season but he is proven in the second tier.
“Whether he starts ahead of Bobby Reid remains to be seen but I think Warnock will be keen to keep him.”