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Leeds United boss Warnock to learn McCormack fate soon

Leeds United manager Neil Warnock suggests he will soon find out about the future of Ross McCormack.

The striker, along with club captain Robert Snodgrass, have been offered much-improved contracts to remain at Elland Road but Warnock is no closer to knowing if he will stick around with the Whites although he is expecting an answer in the next few weeks.

"We'll have to cross that bridge when we come to it. I think we've offered good, increased contracts to a number of players and it's down to them," Warnock said of McCormack.

"We've already made a statement that [Robert] Snodgrass is the best contract that the club has made for many years.

"They're not all financially at that kind of level, but we've offered Ross what we feel is a good wage, whether it's acceptable to Ross I think we'll know in the next couple of weeks."

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