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June 2014

Kagisho Dikgacoi: Crystal Palace midfielder agrees to join Cardiff City

Transfer news: Crystal Palace midfielder Kagisho Dikgacoi has agreed to join Cardiff

Crystal Palace midfielder Kagisho Dikgacoi has agreed a deal to join Cardiff City.

Lewis Grabban: Top-scorer at Bournemouth last season

Transfer news: Norwich make move for Bournemouth's Lewis Grabban

Norwich City have joined the race to sign Bournemouth striker Lewis Grabban, Sky sources understand.

Fraizer Campbell: Wanted by Leicester

Cardiff City want to keep hold of Fraizer Campbell after Leicester triggered release clause

Cardiff City chairman Mehmet Dalman hopes the club can keep hold of Fraizer Campbell, despite Leicester City triggering a release clause for the striker.

Frazier Campbell: Set for talks with Leicester City

Transfer news: Cardiff striker Fraizer Campbell set for Leicester talks

Sky sources understand Leicester City have triggered a release clause in Fraizer Campbell's contract by bidding for the Cardiff City striker.

Andrew Taylor: Wigan move for defender

Transfer news: Wigan sign Andrew Taylor from Cardiff City

Wigan Athletic have signed left-back Andrew Taylor from Cardiff City on a three-year contract.

Jordon Mutch: Reported to be attracting interest

Transfer news: Cardiff yet to be approached for Jordon Mutch

Cardiff City have refuted reports suggesting that Sunderland have made an approach for midfielder Jordon Mutch.

Features

Premier League season review

Premier League season review

So you reckon you know how your club got on this season in the Premier League? Think again.

Cardiff season review

Cardiff season review

JAMIE REDKNAPP'S VIEW

"Vincent Tan has tried to blame Malky Mackay on their relegation but they would have stayed up if they had kept him. It was a ridiculous decision to sack him but they obviously did not like each other, the owner and manager.

A fine finish

A fine finish

Martin signs off with stats on City's title, seasons with most goals and poor old Martin Skrtel.

Experts & Blogs