Winger Paul Parry has admitted he is in two minds about whether or not to complete a move to Preston due to "unfinished business" at Cardiff.
The 28-year-old retired Wales international will be in Lancashire on Monday to discuss the move with Alan Irvine after North End agreed a fee of around £300,000 with the Bluebirds on Friday.
Parry told the South Wales Echo: "The clubs have agreed a fee between themselves so I'm going up there for a chat. There are a lot of things to take into consideration. It is not just about me and it is certainly not about money. It is a hard decision I`m going to have to make."
He added: "To be honest it's 50-50 at the moment. It`s a really tough decision. I will be going up to Preston with an open mind and have a chat with them and listen to what they`ve got to say.
"But part of me wants to remain at Cardiff because I sense I've got unfinished business here. I had a poor season last year and I owe the people here something. I owe it to the fans to finish the job.
"I like playing for Cardiff. The fans are very special here."
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