As reported in yesterday’s Echo, the 32-year old Wales international, Craig Bellamy is being again linked with a return to his home-town club where he spent a season on loan back in 2010 when at Manchester City. Cardiff are considering a bid for the Liverpool striker, who spent the 2010-2011 season on loan with the Bluebirds.
Bellamy, began his career with Norwich City and established professionals Mackay and Roberts were among his Carrow Road team-mates.
Cardiff are understood to be working out the finances to re-sign Bellamy, who was captain during his season long loan spell.
Bellamy re-joined Liverpool on a two-year deal from Manchester City in August 2011.
The Championship club hope to discuss a proposed deal with Liverpool before any talks take place with the former Wales captain.
A loan move back to Cardiff could be an option, but appears unlikely.
But with former Swansea City boss Brendan Rodgers in charge at Anfield now, Bellamy is set for talks to determine just what his role on Merseyside might be next campaign.
The striker was dissatisfied under former Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish. He made 37 appearances for the Reds, but only 12 Premier League starts.
As Rodgers looks to improve on Liverpool’s eighth place finish last term what role Bellamy might have in his plans remains unclear.
The Welsh club's Malaysian owners recently announced a £100million investment plan as Cardiff, who have suffered three successive play-off disappointments, bid for Premier League promotion.
Cardiff’s rumour may appear to be true and will bid in the region of £2million for Bellamy when the players are back from their summer holidays.
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