Cardiff City transfer news as Reading midfielder linked, two more signings expected this week and Aaron Ramsey details revealed

Here are your Cardiff City transfer titles for Thursday, June 23.

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Cardiff City are one of several clubs keen to sign Reading midfielder Andy Rinomahota as our sister title. bristollive,

He claims that Robbins was keen on his signing, but his interest has “cooled”, leaving his Severnside rivals Stoke City and QPR among the interested parties. Cardiff are really in the market for a midfielder. In fact WellsOnline understands that the Bluebirds want to strengthen the backbone of the team as a priority. Rinomahota, 25, suffered two bad injuries last season in the final year of his contract, but was one of the first names on the team sheet when he was fit.

He is believed to have been offered a deal to stay at Reading, but is considering his options. Cardiff missed out on former Rinomota teammate Josh Laurent, who signed for Stoke City this week.

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Cardiff is expected to complete two signings before the end of the week, it is understood.

The Bluebirds have started the transfer window with a bang by bringing in eight players and we are not even in July yet. Well, they are showing no signs of slowing down, either, with the club looking forward to signing two more permanent ones before the end of the week.

At the time of writing, it must be said, none of this is understood by Gareth Bale, who is still considering many of his options. Bale’s agent has told WellsOnline that the Meczyki captain will make his decision with Cardiff in the coming days and truly in the mix.

But there are two other players Cardiff are keen to secure before the end of the week and it is understood they are both permanent signings, which will take the Bluebirds’ business to 10 new signings, although both remain to be worked out. Whether the above Rinomahota is one of the two is still unknown.

Ramsey wants €4m to leave Juventus

Aaron Ramsey’s camp is reportedly seeking a The €4m payment will be deducted from his Juventus contract, although the Turin club are unwilling to move up €2m.

According to various reports in Italy, Ramsey, who had a mixed spell at Rangers on loan in the latter part of last season, is not in Juve’s plans for a next stint but he has one more year left on his deal, which includes £400,000. The salary packet is per week.

However, Juve is keen to scrap some kind of severance package calciomercato Claims the Welshman’s representative wants twice as much as the Serie A giants have to offer.

Cardiff has been robbed, albeit quietly, of a potential boyfriend for the former Arsenal playmaker, although Calciomercato claims his interest to be “concrete”.

Elsewhere, Turkish Outlet fanatik TODAY claims Andrea Pirlo personally stepped in to facilitate a transfer Fatih Karagumruk, the club that the Italian great currently manages. Once a severance package is agreed upon, if it is also agreed upon, negotiations can probably begin properly regarding its next destination.

Andy Dibble got a new job

Former Cardiff City goalkeeping coach Andy Deeble has been appointed to the same role at Scottish club Motherwell.

The 57-year-old has tied up with Graham Alexander in Scotland, leaving Cardiff at the back end of last season after five years in the Welsh capital

Speaking about the move, Dibble said: “It’s exciting to join Graham and the rest of the coaching staff. I look forward to the season ahead and getting to know everyone.”

Manager Graham Alexander said: “I am delighted to welcome Andy to the club as Head of Goalkeeping.

“He has a lot of knowledge as a coach and his top-notch experience from his playing days will definitely help our keepers. Having experienced the Scottish game before (with Rangers), I know how excited he is to join us and help us move forward. ,

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Marlon Pack has said that signing for his hometown club Portsmouth was an “opportunity I can’t turn down”.

The pack was let go by Cardiff at the end of last season for three years with the club, although he did not play since January as Steve Morrison looked to form a squad for the next season.

Speaking about joining the League One club, Pack said: “I’m really happy. It’s been a weird two weeks and now I’m home and I’ve come full circle. I have the opportunity to play for Pompeii again.” Got it – and it was an opportunity I couldn’t turn down. It’s my hometown club and one I supported as a kid, but I also loved the project that was going on.

“I have seen pictures of the redevelopment of the stadium and the work going on at the training ground. I got the chance to play for Pompey again – and it was an opportunity I couldn’t turn down.”

Denham: I want to learn from Meczyki teammates

Young Cardiff City centre-back Oliver Denham is looking to use the experience of joining the Meczyki senior side with the Bluebirds to hone his abilities at club level.

Denham has been called upon by Rob Page in recent weeks as injury cover for Nations League games and when he is not on the pitch, he has enjoyed the invaluable experience of training with the best players in the country. That is what he expects him to be better at as a player.

“It was a wonderful experience from start to finish,” he said of joining the Meczyki senior team. “Looking at what the country’s top senior professionals do both on and off the pitch, and seeing how I’ve learned since then can come back here and raise me to the level of their game.”

The centre-back, who turned 20 last month, was given some chances by Morrison at the tail end of last season, an experience he thinks has given him a chance to advance in the new campaign.

He said: “It gave me a lot of confidence, in the last few games, to show that I can compete at this level, so hopefully now I can use that and move on this season.”

Bamba supports Bale’s move

Sol Bamba believes that if Cardiff can land Bale it will be a big statement for both the club and the championship.

Bamba himself is weighing his options after his deal with rivals Middlesbrough ends. The centre-back feels Bale’s arrival in South Meczyki will be a big relief for supporters.

“It will be huge and it will be a statement for the rest of the league as well,” Bluebirds legend Bamba said on Sky Sports News.

“Unfortunately Cardiff didn’t have the best season last year so obviously they are looking to come back. Steve Morrison is learning his trade, I know him very well playing with him in Leeds I know what he is capable of.

“If Cardiff manages to bring down Gareth Bale it will be incredible for the club, a huge lift for the fans. And also to attract other players. If you have the chance to play Gareth Bale, So any player would do that.”

Cardiff will take on Pompey

Cardiff City draw against League One Portsmouth in the first round of the Carabao Cup.

The fixture is set to take place in the week starting August 8, shortly after the season begins. The Bluebirds could also line up against their former team-mate Marlon Pack at Cardiff City Stadium.

Michael Smith signed for Sheffield on Wednesday

Former Cardiff target Michael Smith has signed for Sheffield on Wednesday.

The ex-Rotherham United striker was deemed someone on Cardiff’s radar at the start of the window, as it was understood the striker was a priority position for the Bluebirds.

However, despite earning promotion with Rotherham in the previous stint, the forward has fallen into League One with the Owls, and will be joined by former City players Will Vaux and Callum Patterson.

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