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Football League World’s Cardiff City fan pundit Rhys Davies has advised Joe Ledley to seek a move elsewhere after a report recently linked him with a return to South Wales.
Wales Online reported that the defender had been training with his former side in recent weeks but Davies has made it clear that he thinks he should look elsewhere.
“Training with Cardiff will be a very positive thing for him,” the regular punter told Football League World.
“He can focus on getting his fitness back in an environment he’s comfortable in and I’m sure Warnock will be glad to help as he realises the love Ledley has for the club.
“That’s as far as it should go, however, as unfortunately, I don’t think he’d fit into the team.
“Perhaps the only option for him would be if he played under a pay to play contract, but in all honestly a move elsewhere would be more beneficial for his career.”
Ledley was released by Crystal Palace at the end of the 2016/17 season after three years at Selhurst Park and was picked up by Derby County in August on a free transfer.
But after failing to impress in his two years at Pride Park, he was released again in the summer and is yet to find a club willing to take a chance on him.
The 32-year-old graduated through the academy in South Wales, going on to spend six years in the Bluebirds’ first-team.
Cardiff picked up a much-needed three points on Wednesday night when they saw off QPR 3-0 at home to rise into tenth place.