Cardiff City could be set to lose Emyr Huws this summer with many clubs circling the midfielder, reports the Daily Mail.
Emyr Huws spent last season on loan at Ipswich Town and his impressive performances have seen him emerge as a top target for Ipswich this summer.
The Tractor Boys want to complete a permanent deal for the former Manchester City youngster but face competition from Championship rivals.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are weighing up a move for the 23-year-old with Bristol City also interested.
Emyr Huws will be keen to make his name for a team on a permanent basis.
During his short career so far, he has had three permanent clubs (Manchester City, Wigan Athletic and Cardiff) but failed to establish himself with any of these.
This has seen him farmed out on several loan deals, most recently to Ipswich Town.
The Wales international only joined Cardiff City last summer and he penned a three year deal.
But with two years left on that contract, he could be set for the exit door after Neil Warnock allowed him to leave the club on loan in the January transfer window.
With three goals and an assist in his thirteen games for Ipswich, Huws has attracted attention from the aforementioned trio of Championship clubs and some others.
Cardiff, meanwhile, are lining up a move for Cheikh Ndoye which could force Huws out.
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