Tresor Kandol in Plymouth Argyle transfer discussions
Democratic Republic of Congo striker Tresor Kandol is to hold talks with Plymouth Argyle about a possible move to Home Park.
The 29-year-old, who has had spells with Leeds, Barnet and Darlington, is a free agent after being released by Spanish second division side Albacete.
According to the Argyle website he will meet with Plymouth boss Peter Reid to discuss a move to Argyle on Wednesday.
The club also say a deal for Oldham striker Warren Feeney may go ahead.
- Has scored 58 goals in his English football career
- Leeds United paid Barnet £200,000 for him in January 2007
- Failed to make an appearnce for Albacete last season
The club want to sign the 30-year-old Northern Ireland international on a permanent deal but the Latics want to let him leave on a season-long loan.
Kandol has had spells at nine Football League clubs since 1998 including AFC Bournemouth, Luton Town and Leeds United.
He has made one international appearance for the Democratic Republic of Congo, against Gabon in March 2008.