CHERRIES are reportedly keen on a move for Cardiff and Wales frontman Kieffer Moore.

The Sun have reported the Dorset club would be interested in the towering striker “but a move may only happen if the price is right”.

According to the report, Cardiff still value former Dorchester and Yeovil Town man Moore at £10million and were close to selling him to Wolves in the summer.

Moore joined the Bluebirds from Wigan in August 2020 and has gone on to score 25 times in 66 games.

Cherries have already added two fresh faces this month in terms of James Hill for £1million from Fleetwood and Ethan Laird on loan from Manchester United.

Speaking to the Daily Echo last week, head coach Scott Parker did not rule out adding to his squad further during the midseason transfer window.

Asked whether there was scope for more players to come in this month, he said: “Yeah maybe, that’s possible. There’s a possibility that we may.

“We’re always scanning and always looking for certain things.

“We wouldn’t want to do anything unless it was the right thing for us, the football club, the longevity and will make the team better.

“In this current climate you need to understand things can change quick.

“One position which looks strong from one week to the next could change.

“At the same time, you need to have your finger on the pulse and we are where we are and we are doing that. We will see what happens over the rest of the window.”