Arsenal have reportedly offered relegated Cardiff City £6m for goalkeeper David Marshall which the club have rejected.
Reports indicate that Arsenal are interested in relegated Cardiff goalkeeper David Marshall as a replacement for out-of-contract Lukasz Fabianski.
David Marshall made one brilliant save after another and kept Cardiff City in the game, but a late Everton goal would spoil the day for the Bluebirds in a 2-1 loss.
Cardiff City's defending left little to be desired, leaving plenty of space for Hull City to run all over them, as they drop all the points in a game they desperately needed points from.
David Marshall made several jaw-dropping saves to keep Aston Villa off the score sheet, and his heroic efforts resulted in a point for Cardiff City as they played to a goalless draw.
David Marshall came up with seven important saves as Cardiff were holding on to a 2-0 lead but conceded two goals at the end of the game.
Cardiff City managed to secure a point on the road, playing to a 0-0 draw against Norwich City at Carrow Road.
Cardiff City, eager to harden their defense in front of David Marshall and give impetus to their attack, are chasing Southampton target Victor Wanyama.