Posted on August 3, 2021 in James Collins by

Cardiff City have been fairly busy in the transfer market this summer as the Welsh team bolster its squad to prepare for the rigours of English Championship football in the new season. At least a place in the playoffs would be the minimum target for manager Mick McCarthy and his Cardiff City players.

Welsh team Cardiff City have added three new faces to the playing squad ahead of the new league campaign which starts with an home encounter with Barnsley on August 7. McCarthy and Cardiff City officials are still in the market for shrewd signings. The Bluebirds want quality players they could snap up on a free transfer or for a little transfer fee.

Ryan Wintle and James Collins were snapped up by Cardiff City on a free transfer. James Collins signed for the Bluebirds as a free agent after his Luton Town contract expired earlier this summer, while the abovementioned Wintlejoined Cardiff City on a free transfer after his contract at Crewe Alexandra ran out. Apart from James Collins and Ryan Wintle, Ryan Giles is the only other arrival at Cardiff City this summer. Giles has signed for the Bluebirds on loan from parent club Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Cardiff City could sign free agents like Jack Hunt and Kyle Edwards who have both being linked with a move to the Welsh team. 30-year-old scored two goals and also provided two assists in 41 games for Bristol City last season and he’s also a target for Blackpool according to the report from media portal Football Insider. For winger Kyle Edwards, he became a free agent after leaving West Brom at the end of last season. Apart from Cardiff City, fellow English Championship teams Bournemouth and Reading are keen on signing Edwards. He played just 49 times for the Baggies first team during his time at the Hawthorns.

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