Cardiff City have enjoyed quite the revival under Neil Warnock this season and he’s successfully guided them away from the Championship drop-zone during his time at the helm.
The Bluebirds were in big trouble when Warnock arrived earlier this campaign but some seriously positive results has seen them rocket up the table into mid-table security.
But there’s still plenty that needs to be done this summer if Cardiff are to potentially challenge for the play-offs next season, and there’s one man we think would be a cracking addition to the squad.
The person in question? £850,000-rated Leon Britton, who of course, plays for Swansea.
Arch rivals Swansea are playing in the division ahead of the Bluebirds and the bragging rights in Welsh football currently belong to them.
But Britton is slowly coming off the boil at the Liberty City Stadium and is struggling for first-team minutes.
Now 34-years-old, he’s coming to the end of his playing days and will no doubt be keen to close it out with as many minutes as possible, even if that means a move to arch rivals Cardiff.
And next season, if Cardiff are to mount a push for promotion, they’ll need players that have been there and done it and Britton certainly ticks that box.
A combative midfielder who isn’t afraid to get stuck in at all, he’d be a perfect fit under a manager like Neil Warnock, who loves having players who give their all.
This might not be a move that goes down best with supporters to start with but going forward, Britton would be a cracking addition to the first-team at Cardiff City.