Langley to leave Cardiff
By Mark Buckingham. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Richard Langley is looking for another club after being told he can leave Cardiff City.
The midfielder has spent two years at Ninian Park but does not feature in new manager Dave Jones' plans for the coming season.
Jones is trying to trim the wage bill in South Wales and has decided that Langley is surplus to requirements.
Langley concedes the club have confirmed he can move on and is now trying to fix himself up with a new team.
"It's the end of an era for me," commented Langley.
"The manager has told me he's looking to bring in his own players and that my wages are too high for the club to sustain over the rest of the season so I should look for another club.
"If the right offer comes along I'll be on my way. Sam Hammam said three more players must go. I could be one of them."
Former club Queens Park Rangers were linked with the 25-year-old earlier in the summer but manager Ian Holloway admitted he could not afford Langley.
Holloway may revive his interest in the R's old boy, if Langley is prepared to accept a pay cut to secure his exit from Cardiff.