Former Cardiff City forward Andreas Cornelius has slammed Vincent Tan for the way he’s been running the football club.
The Denmark player had a forgettable spell with the Welsh club during their first spell in the Premier League.
Speaking to BT.dk, the player was asked about his time at Cardiff City and the club’s owner: “When I was at Cardiff I didn’t notice him much. I think I saw him a couple of times. But afterwards I’ve noticed. He’s just an example of an owner who knows nothing about football and can come in and do what he wants.”
Cornelius will return to Cardiff City’s stadium on Friday night when Wales take on Denmark in the UEFA Nations League.
The 25 year old played just eight Premier League games for the Bluebirds during the 2012/13 season, scoring no goals.
After selling the player to Copenhagen after just six months at Cardiff City, Tan went on record to question why former manager Malky Mackay brought in the Dane for a club record fee.
He’s since gone on to rebuild his career and joined Bordeaux from Serie A side Atalanta in the last transfer window.