According to the Daily Mail Southampton want to capture the services of David Marshall from Cardiff.

The goalkeeper enjoyed a magnificent campaign last season for the Welsh club and now is in demand. A number of clubs were thought to have wanted to secure his services. Southampton reportedly want to invest in the goalkeeper for an fee of around £8 million. Cardiff reportedly value the goalkeeper at a much higher price however the prospect of Premier League football and interest from Southampton may lead Marshall to want to depart as quickly as possible.

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Southampton will have money to spend as well after recently making £25 million and £30 million after the sales of Adam Lallana and Luke Shaw to Liverpool and Manchester United respectively.

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