On loan Feyenoord striker Lex Immers could be set to sign for Cardiff City on a permanent basis according to the Daily Mail.
The 29 year old Dutchman joined The Bluebirds on loan in January and has impressed during his time at the Cardiff City Stadium scoring five goals in 11 appearances for the Welsh club.
Cardiff City are currently unable to sign players on a permanent basis as they are under a Football League transfer embargo but the club are hopeful that the restrictions will be lifted in the summer. City are understood to be lining up loanee Lex Immers as a permanent summer addition and it has been reported that officials from Cardiff City have already met with Feyenoord to discuss the possibility of signing the striker.
Immers is a graduate of the ADO Den Haag youth academy and the player went on to make 163 appearances for the club at senior level and scored 33 goals. The striker moved on to Feyenoord for an undisclosed fee and made 123 appearances for the Eredivisie giants and netted 35 goals for the club.
Cardiff City still have feint hopes of reaching the Championship Play Offs with the club sitting five points behind the Play Off places. The club will be hoping for Lex Immers’ recent good form in front of goal to continue to give the club a chance of securing an unlikely Play Off spot.