SHEFFIELD United have emerged as a potential destination for Cherries striker Kieffer Moore this summer.

The 31-year-old joined Ipswich Town on loan in February, having found himself down the pecking order at Cherries.

And he played a key role in the Tractor Boys clinching promotion back to the Premier League, scoring seven goals in 18 appearances.

While Andoni Iraola has reiterated he is happy for Moore to stay at Cherries, he admits if the Wales international is looking for a move, he would not stand in his way.

That has seen second tier clubs take note, including recently relegated Sheffield United, according to Yorkshire-based site Intelligent Sport.

Former Cherries scout Des Taylor is now involved at the Blades, and boss Chris Wilder is said to be a long-term admirer of Moore.

Cardiff City, who were public in their interest of Moore in the last transfer window, are again said to be keen to bring the striker back to the Welsh capital.