New Cardiff City boss Neil Warnock is set to sign defender Sol Bamba and winger Junior Hoilett.
Bamba, 31, left Leeds United in September while Hoilett is also a free agent having left QPR in the summer.
Canadian Hoilett is being brought in to provide pace on the Bluebirds’ flanks.
Ivory Coast international Bamba will help bolster a defence that has conceded 19 league goals this season and left Cardiff second from bottom of the Championship.
Canada international Hoilett was seen as one of the brightest young players in the Premier League.
His progress has been hampered by injury in recent seasons, but in 2015-16 he made 31 appearances for QPR and scored six goals.
Hoilett is set to be involved when Warnock takes charge of his first Cardiff game as Bristol City visit the Welsh capital on Friday, 14 October.
That game could also see Ivory Coast international Bamba’s introduction following his departure from Elland Road for “personal reasons”.
Source: BBC Football Read Original Article: Sol Bamba and Junior Hoilett set to join Neil Warnock's Cardiff City