It is claimed that Cardiff City could lose Huws after his impressive Ipswich Town spell, with Wolverhampton Wanderers and Bristol City circling.
Cardiff City midfielder Emyr Huws is attracting interest from Wolverhampton Wanderers, Bristol City and Ipswich Town, according to the Daily Mail.
Huws moved to the Cardiff City Stadium a year ago, but has made only four appearances for the Welsh side.
The 23-year-old was loaned to Ipswich in January and impressed for Mick McCarthy’s side, scoring three goals and creating another in 13 outings.
And Huws’ form said to have caught the eye of Wolves and Bristol City as well as the Tractor Boys.
Nevertheless, the trio could struggle to prise Huws away from Cardiff, with Bluebirds midfielder Peter Whittingham out of contract at the end of the month.
And the Welshman, who has 10 international caps, would be a cost-effective replacement for his 32-year-old teammate.
Wolves [15th], Ipswich [16th] and Bristol City [17th] endured disappointing 2016-17 campaigns, and will hope to feature at the top end of the Championship table next time out.
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