Kieffer Moore unlikely to join Cardiff City from Bournemouth this month

Hamish Woodward

Wales striker Kieffer Moore is reportedly unlikely to leave Bournemouth his month, leaving Cardiff City with disappointment just a week before the transfer window closes.

The striker previous spent 18-months at the Cardiff City Stadium, with his 20-goal haul making him one of the top forwards at the Bluebirds this century.

Fans had been hoping to see Moore back in South Wales this month, but recent news has left them disappointed and the club searching for a striker.

Kieffer Moore is unlikely to leave Bournemouth this month

Recent reports about Kieffer Moore have poured cold water on a a potential move to the Championship.

The Athletic have reported that Moore is unlikely to leave Bournemouth this month, disappointing a number of clubs who were chasing him on loan in the transfer window.

However, they did claim that if he were to leave, an offer would materialise later in the month, which will likely drive up the price for the target man.

Cardiff will need to look for another striker this month

With the recent exit of Ike Ugbo after his loan deal was cancelled, Cardiff are still on the look out for a striker this month.

The Bluebirds already missed out on the signing of Turkish striker Mehmet Umut Nayir, who has been dubbed “the Turkish Kieffer Moore” in recent weeks by British press reporting on the rumours.

It will be a busy last week of the transfer window for Cardiff, as the club need to add a number of players if they want to challenge for the play-offs this season.

Ethan Hovarth looks to be their first addition to the squad this month, while Liverpool’s Nat Phillips is also being targetted by Erol Bulut’s side.

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