Cardiff City manager Neil Harris has spoken out after rumours of the club making a bid to bring winger Victor Camarasa back to the club emerged.
Collin Millar, a Spanish football expert, had previously told Wales Online that the Bluebirds had contacted the player’s representatives ahead of the winter transfer window opening, with a return to Cardiff a possibility.
However, Harris has now moved to quash those rumours in his pre-match press conference, reported by Wales Online.
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When asked about whether contact had been made, the manager said: “No, not at the moment.”
“He’s a player that’s known here quite well. He had some good times here as well, a quality player.
“At the moment, though, there’s no legs in that at all.”
Camarasa spent last season on loan from Real Betis under Neil Warnock in the Premier League with Cardiff, becoming a fan favourite in the process as he netted five goals and assisted four more.
In the summer, however, he was sent out on loan to Crystal Palace where he has made just one cameo appearance in the top-flight so far.
This weekend sees Cardiff welcome arch-rivals Swansea City on Sunday lunchtime in the second South Wales derby of the season, with Harris looking to get some payback after their defeat under Warnock earlier in the campaign.
This will be disappointing to Cardiff fans, but at least Harris has not ruled it out.
With Nathaniel Mendez-Laing likely to miss the remainder of the season with injury, bringing in a new winger has to be a priority and Camarasa would be the perfect option.
He looked at home in the Premier League so you can only imagine what he could do for the club in the second-tier.