Striker Kieffer Moore Returning To Cardiff City.

Welsh International Keiffer Moore is set to return to Cardiff City from his club, Bournemouth, in the now open transfer window.

Moore moved from Cardiff City to Bournemouth for 3.5 million pounds before the South Coast club gained promotion to the Premier League.

At the time, Moore, who rose from the Non-League, wished to experience Premiership football, although his appearances have been few and far between at the highest level.

Sources close to the deal have stated Moore has an immense desire to return to South Wales and has agreed personal terms whilst the clubs attempt to finalise a valuation of the striker.

Cardiff City’s valuation is reported to be 1.5 million, whilst Bournemouth are holding out for 2 million.

Although it’s understood the clubs are now close to an agreement.

The deal is expected to be completed next week, with Moore wanting regular football to keep on track with his Welsh International career.

Cardiff Fan Andrew Williams told Global247news: ‘ We need the big man back; we have a thin squad right now, and Kiefer would fit right in and be up and running straight away.

‘ It I will presume all come down to Tan and his cohorts paying his worth.’

Cardiff City were drubbed 0-3 by Leeds United on the weekend, with their manager questioning the lack of investment into the squad, with solid rumours on the terraces that owner Vincent Tan has lost interest both in football as well at the Welsh Club, having failed to maintain a position in the Premier League despite the Malaysian owner investing millions as he chased the Premiership dream.