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Bristol City sign Wolves striker Andy Keogh on loan

Andy Keogh
Keogh has struggled to cement a regular starting spot for Cardiff

On-loan Cardiff City striker Andy Keogh has moved to Bristol City after being recalled by parent club Wolves.

The 24-year-old headed to the Welsh capital last August after signing a season-long deal but has been restricted to just 18 appearances.

Wolves hope the forward will play more matches at Ashton Gate, where he has signed a three-month loan deal.

Meanwhile, Wolves have signed former Bristol City keeper Adriano Basso, 25, on a short-term deal.

Keogh, who joined Wolves from Scunthorpe United in 2007 for £600,000, scored 23 goals in 88 games for Mick McCarthy's men.

He bagged two crucial goals for Cardiff to secure a 2-1 win over Millwall and a 1-1 draw with Preston.

Keogh, who started at Leeds and had a short spell on loan at Bury in 2005, has also won 14 caps for the Republic of Ireland.

Basso, who has been a free agent since leaving Ashton Gate in March 2010 , having made over 200 appearances for City.

Having has recently been training with Wolves, he will provide experienced goalkeeping back-up for Wayne Hennessey and Marcus Hahnemann at Molineux.

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Keogh closes on Wolves comeback
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Keogh ruled out for three months
11 Dec 09 |  Wolves

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