Ferencvaros duo attracting English interest

Ferencvaros boss Craig Short claims to have been contacted by two English managers about Jamaican internationals Jason Morrison and Rafe Wolfe.

Ferencvaros boss Craig Short claims to have been contacted by two English managers about Jamaican internationals Jason Morrison and Rafe Wolfe.

Crystal Palace and Leeds have both been linked with Morrison and Wolfe and Short is resigned to losing them at the end of the season.

"I know that the reported teams would like to sign my players," former Sheffield United defender Short told Hungarian website Pepsifoci.

"Wolfe and Morrison are international players and their contracts expire this summer. They have performed well since I've been the head coach.

"Rafe can play well not only as a centre or right-sided defender but also on the right side of the midfield.

"He's fast and has great skills, while Jason is a classic defensive midfielder with great physical abilities."

Short said: "It'll be difficult to keep them, honestly I don't think it will be possible.

"They have offers not only from England but also from Spain and Germany.

"In the latest days and weeks two coaches contacted me from England: Leeds manager Simon Grayson and my good friend Neil Warnock who's now coaching Queens Park Rangers."

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