Cardiff City tell South Africa midfielder Kagisho Dikgacoi he can leave club
Cardiff City have told South African international Kagisho Dikgacoi he is free to leave the Championship club.
The 31-year-old central midfielder did not travel to Germany on Cardiff's pre-season tour and manager Paul Trollope has confirmed Dikgacoi can leave.
Adam le Fondre and Federico Macheda have already been told they can go and Trollope: said: "He's in a similar situation to Le Fondre and Macheda."
Dikgacoi has played 17 league games since signing for Cardiff in 2014.
"If the right thing comes along in terms of a move away then it's something we'll consider," Trollope told the South Wales Echo.
The 54-times times capped international, who has one year left on his Cardiff contract, played 30 minutes of the pre-season friendly win at Shrewsbury Town but did not travel to Germany as he worked on his fitness.
"He stayed back with the younger group to stay and train there, I thought that would be a move which would benefit all parties," added Trollope.
Dikgacoi, who was part of the South Africa squad for the 2010 World Cup finals, has suffered long-standing knee problems since joining the Bluebirds from Crystal Palace in June 2014.