Cardiff striker Kenwyne Jones has been linked with a move to MLS side Columbus Crew.

Jones has been attracting a lot of attention from MLS clubs of late after impressing in the Gold Cup for Trinidad and Tobago.  The striker captained the side to the semi-finals of the competition, where they lost on penalties to Panama.

Jones said: “I’m quite familiar with the MLS and maybe one day I’ll get there.  I don’t know when that is, but maybe one day”.

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If Columbus do want to sign Jones, they will have to hurry as the MLS transfer window closes on August 6, and Jones has just returned to Cardiff for pre-season training.

Jones left Cardiff in March to join Bournemouth, who were ultimately promoted, on loan and has said he is unsure of his long-term future.

As of now Jones is still a Cardiff player but with the amount of interest coming from the USA, he may not remain one for much longer.

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