Derby considering shock move for Turkey star Colin Kazim-Richards in a bid to improve their attacking options after disappointing start to the season
- Derby are considering a surprise move for Turkish star Colin Kazim-Richards
- The striker is a free agent and has been training with the Championship club
- The experienced 34-year-old has played for 17 different clubs in eight countries
Derby are considering a surprise move for much-travelled striker Colin Kazim-Richards after the former Turkey star trained with the Championship club.
The Rams are desperate to improve their options in attack after a slow start to the campaign and Sportsmail understands Kazim-Richards is one of the players they have considered.
The 34-year-old is believed to be a free agent – meaning he would not have to be signed before Friday’s EFL deadline – after playing for 17 clubs in eight different countries in his senior career. He was last with Pachuca in the Mexican top flight.
Derby are considering a shock move for Turkey star Colin Kazim-Richards (pictured centre)
London-born Kazim-Richards also won 37 caps for Turkey, qualifying through his mother, and was part of the team who reached the semi-finals of Euro 2008.
Early in his career Kazim-Richards briefly had the nickname ‘The Coca-Cola Kid’ after he joined Brighton from Bury in 2005. Brighton, then in the Championship, were able to sign him for £250,000 after a fan of the club won the sum in a competition run by the soft drinks giant.
He also played for Sheffield United, Galatasaray, Fenerbahce, Feyenoord and Celtic and last played international football in 2015
The striker is a free agent and has previously played for Sheffield United and Blackburn
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