Burgstaller latest to leave through the revolving door

Last updated : 26 January 2015 By Michael Morris

C:WindowsTempphp8CFE.tmpThis has to be one of the most biazarre transfer windows I've seen at Cardiff City. There is a firesale on one hand as player after player heads out but at the same time three players have arrived and another is due this week.

Guido Burgstaller is the latest to have his contract terminated by mutual agreement. He is now a free agent to go elsewhere.

The Austrian started just two games, one in the league and one in the Capital One Cup. In fact he actually scored a goal against Coventry in round 1 of the competition.

Adam Le Fondre is expected to complete a loan move to Bolton this week after failing to impress in his time so far at City. I'm not totally sure that's all his fault as the build up of City's play is shocking and not playing to Le Fordre's strengths but he hasn't won too many fans here with a very poor return of goals.

Over the weekend we saw Kimbo and John Brayford leave while Lee Peltier came in. Cardiff have been linked with Leeds Utd midfielder Rodolph Austin.

Russell Slade hinted to the media he was hoping to sign a midfielder this week and Austin was linked in the national papers.

Cardiff City Ins & Outs

Gone: Javi Guerra (loan to Malaga), Ravel Morrison (back to West Ham after loan spell with Cardiff), Jo Inge Berget (to Malmo), Mats Daehli (to Freiburg, £2m), Magnus Eikrem (free agent), Juan Cala (to Getafe, Spain), Guido Burgstaller (free agent), Kim Bo-Kyung (free agent), John Brayford (Sheffield Utd, undisc fee), Etien Velikonja (loan to Lierse, Belgium), Adedejo Oshilaja (loan to AFC Wimbledon).

Going?: , Adam Le Fondre to complete loan move to Bolton this week.

Ins: Alex Revell (from Rotherham), Scott Malone (from Millwall), Lee Peltier, (from Huddersfield), Joe Mason (back from loan at Bolton, still in rehab following hamstring injury).

Loan players currently out: Filip Kiss (Ross County), Rhys Healey (Colchester), Ben Nugent (Yeovil), Kevin McNaughton (Bolton), Joe Lewis (Blackpool), Kevin Theophile (St Etienne).