Several players have denied this wintermercato to Cardiff City to move after the disappearance of Emiliano Sala. That proclaimed Cardiff-coach Neil Warnock on Friday. The Argentine attacker disappeared on 21 January with a private plane over the Channel.
“One or two strikers with which we are in negotiations, have indicated not to want to come in these circumstances,” said Warnock on the eve of the duel at home against Bournemouth. “They wanted to after the events do not come to us. That naturally makes it even more difficult.”
Cardiff, which is eighteenth in the Premier League, but the Dutch midfielder Leandro Bacuna replaced. He came over from resembled Reading.
Emiliano Sala was made on 21 January in a small plane, on the road from Nantes to Cardiff to its new team to join. British researchers announced this week that they are on the French coast pieces had found that “probably” come from the missing plane.