West Ham United striker Diafra Sakho wants to play regular football and may do so if he moves to Cardiff City.
After a failed attempt to move to Rennes during the summer, the 27-year-old may still want to move out from his club so that he can have more opportunity to play regular football.
Sakho played as a substitute in David Moyes first win against Chelsea last Saturday and has scored three goals this season. But he aims to have a change in his environment in 2018.
Cardiff manager Neil Warnock acknowledged Sakho’s ability as he wants the club to return to the Premier League and sees the striker as the man to help them.
Warnock believes Sakho can give them the boost they need. However, the Hammers are asking £12 million for the striker.