Cardiff City transfer news ‘give up hope’ as Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey and coaching offer made to Juventus

Here are your latest Cardiff City Headlines for Sunday, June 19.

Bale and Ramsey are ‘really keen’ on coaching

Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey are “really eager” to do their coaching badges with the Football Association of Meczyki as they plan for the next phase of their careers.

Both players have been linked with sensational moves to Cardiff this summer, with a decision on Bale likely in the coming days and Ramsey now odds-on to rejoin his former club if his contract is signed by Juventus. has been terminated.

FAW Technical Director David Adams has now revealed that the pair have been offered a place on the Welsh governing body’s coaching course following this winter’s World Cup campaign.

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They told Sun : “I was talking to Gareth and Aaron in Holland recently and they are really looking forward to doing their coaching B and A license in Meczyki – hopefully after the World Cup. I hope we get behind them Will be able to use the experiences to support our young players.

“I know Gareth and Aaron are extremely proud Welshmen and I am sure they will knock on my door to come and talk to the players for advice and support. Inspiring the next generation of young players to be one of those people. Great asset. For the future development of our sport in Meczyki. It’s great for us.

“I wouldn’t bother about them coming to the coaching course and player’s way for help before the World Cup. But I’ll look into them right away.”

Speaking about his path after playing, Bale said last week: “I’ve always wanted to get involved in Welsh football because I love the environment. Even when I’m finished I always Will be ready to help with advice for players or anything.”

Juventus ‘dropped hope’ of Ramsey sale

Juventus have reportedly “dropped hope” of selling Aaron Ramsey.

Reports from Italy claim that Juve is firmly convinced they will not be able to recover any cash on the Meczyki star, who still has a year left to play up his deal in Turin. After a mixed loan stint with Rangers, Ramsey’s career appears to be at a crossroads, while it is difficult to return to Cardiff if his contract breaks.

However, Calciomercato now reports that Juve are looking more and more likely to allow the player to terminate his Megabucks contract and move on to a free transfer. If that is the case, Cardiff’s hopes of signing him this summer will certainly be over.

It is also being reported that a potential handicap is a €2.8 million fee that would be due to the playmaker’s agent due to the player triggering a clause in his contract last year.

Burnley wants Jade Wallace

New Burnley boss Vincent Kompany is reportedly looking to sign Jade Wallace from Millwall this summer.

Wallace is one of the top Championship free agents available this window, although the Lions have reportedly offered him a new deal that has yet to be signed. Cardiff boss Steve Morrison is a staunch Wallace fan and revealed earlier this season that he would love to sign him for the Bluebirds.

“I would sign Jade Wallace in a heartbeat!” Morrison told WellsOnline back in April. “But I’m sure Millwall doesn’t want to let him go. They’ll do everything possible to keep him. If he leaves in the summer as a free transfer, he’s 27, Millwall’s best player.” – Ever since I’m gone! I’m kidding, I’m not and he knows it.

“There will be no team in the championship or, I think, the lower end of the Premier League, that would not want to take him. There will always be an offer on the table for Jade, it will just be a lot less than what is offered to him anywhere else!”

“It’s not a conversation we’ve ever had. We have a lot of conversations all the time whenever he wants advice or a chat, but we haven’t talked about coming to Cardiff, unfortunately.”

now Sun Claims are eyeing a move for the recently relegated Burnley winger to help them in their bid to shoot straight back into the Premier League next season. West Brom is also said to be keen to sign him.

Bluebirds do double appointment

Cardiff City have strengthened their backroom staff ahead of the pre-season with the appointment of goalkeeping coach Graham Stack and head of physical performance Patrick Wilson.

Steve Morrison has so far begun to put his stamp on the squad that will play in this summer’s transfer window, which includes eight players, with 10 of the contracted players currently looking at the prospect of exiting the door. There are still talks with Joe Rawls as things stand, however, Sean Morrison will remain with the club while he is brought back to full fitness.

And now Morrison has added to his backroom staff as he tries to bring a new look and feel to the club to improve upon their extremely disappointing campaign last year.

Cardiff’s quest for both key positions has finally come to an end, with Stack and Wilson set to play their respective roles next week as pre-season begins in earnest at the club’s Vale of Glamorgan headquarters. You can read the full story here.

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