Cardiff City Chief Executive Simon Lim has launched a scathing attack on the management of former club boss Malky Mackay, branding his dealings over club record signing Andreas Cornelius "imprudent and careless management."
Cornelius left the club last month for a cut-down price of £3m after failing to make an impact at the City Stadium despite commanding a club record fee of £7.5m last summer.
However, Lim has commended Mackay's successor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for his dealings in the transfer market so far. In January the Norwegian brought in 7 new players including one loan signing, for a combined cost of around £6m, minus £3m earned back through player sales.
Malky Mackay has not yet been available for comment.