Cardiff City’s chances of staying in the Premier League aren’t looking so great right now.
The club are currently five points from safety and their best chance of survival has to be Brighton & Hove Albion completely imploding between now and the end of the season.
That remains possible and Neil Warnock’s side can play a big part in grounding the Seagulls when the two sides meet on Tuesday evening.
An away victory for the Welsh club will give them some hope, but Brighton’s woes would have to continue for it to be really meaningful. Defeat, and it’s looking very bad indeed for Cardiff.
Just as had already happened with Huddersfield Town and Fulham, agents would then get to work trying to find new destinations for their players, and a likely Cardiff exit is Víctor Camarasa.
The 24 year old is currently on loan from Real Betis, and Diario de Sevilla say Cardiff tried to make the move permanent in January.
He knocked the offer back, waiting for ‘better proposals’ in the summer.