Leeds boss Hockaday wants to keep Newcastle, West Ham target McCormack

New Leeds United boss David Hockaday doesn't want to lose Ross McCormack.

New Leeds United boss David Hockaday doesn't want to lose Ross McCormack.

The Daily Express says Fulham, Norwich City, Newcastle United, West Ham United and Cardiff City are all keen on the Scot.

"Ross is a Leeds United player who signed a four-year deal and has put it out that he is really happy here," Hockaday said.

"The chemistry is right and when that is right for a player and he gets on well at the club and the club get on well with him, that’s great.

"I am looking forward to coaching Ross and working with him."

 
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