Transfer news: Derby County is interested in Cardiff City’s dynamic midfielder as they want to strengthen their lineup…

As the Cardiff City Bluebirds get ready to resume preseason training this week, Ebou Adams and a number of other players should receive more information regarding their futures.

The popular midfielder, who arrived on loan back in January and became an instant hit with the supporters last season, is still of interest to Derby County. He was a game-changing acquisition, helping Derby win promotion and inspiring supporters to want to sign him permanently.

Cardiff City 'clarity' expected amid Derby County transfer hope -  Derbyshire Live

Adams’ future at Cardiff is still up in the air given Derby’s interest, but supporters are holding out hope that a deal can be reached. Cardiff are scheduled to resume pre-season training today.

However, now that manager Erol Bulut’s future is assured, the players who may be traded this summer ought to have a clearer idea of where they stand.

According to Wales Online, “Cadillac players’ summer is over as they return for the start of pre-season tomorrow.”

“The Bluebirds players and coaching staff took a summer vacation that included trips around the globe, but tomorrow is testing day, so the work starts.

Additionally, it will give players—many of whom are returning from loans or may have uncertain futures due to sales or loan exits—more clarity. For many, this will be their first chance to speak with Bulut and the coaching team since the end of the previous campaign.

“Some players, such as those who have been on international duty, will be afforded extra time away to recuperate.”

Adams had just one goal in his 17 Derby League games the previous season, but he was largely seen as the final crucial component needed for the Rams to win promotion.

After clearing the decks with the departure of Korey Smith and Conor Hourihane and the signing of Max Bird to Bristol City, Derby will assemble a whole new midfield this summer.

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