Soca Warriors captain, Kenwyne Jones is set to leave his Championship Club, Cardiff City,when the transfer window opens in January.
Jones will go out on loan, with his representatives currently in negotiations with clubs from America’s Major League Soccer (MLS), China and Dubai. The deal will become permanent when the Trinidadian’s current contract with Cardiff comes to an end in the summer.
Earlier in the year the striker refused to sign a new contract with Cardiff City, that would have seen his wages cut significantly. Jones is currently the highest paid player at the club with a basic salary of £35,000 a week. He joined the club in January of 2014 from Stoke City and has scored 19 goals in 67 appearances for the club, becoming its top scorer in 2014.
Jones leaves the club, scoring five goals for the season thus far.
If anything the striker will be more than available for the Soca Warrior’s Copa America Centenario Berth match against Haiti on January 8 in Panama City, Panama.