Bluebirds boss Malky Mackay has made adding creativity in wide positions his priority before the transfer window slams shut in just over a week’s time, and sees the duo as ideal solutions.
Odemwingie is believed to have little future at the Hawthorns, with his relationship with the club still strained following his January antics – where he attempted to force a move to QPR.
The 32-year-old has also slipped down the pecking order under Steve Clarke of late, who has drafted in a number of fresh attacking players.
Although Odemwingie is a controversial character, Mackay believes that his Premier League experience could be vital in keeping Cardiff in the top tier.
Meanwhile, Kembo – who plays for Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates – could also be keen to make a summer move.
The former France U-21 international only moved to the Middle East last year, but could be persuaded to make a return to Europe already.
Kembo has also been linked with a return to Ligue 1, but Mackay is hopeful that the lure of Premier League football could be enough to convince him to switch to South Wales.
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