Leeds United’s Warnock tells Snodgrass he can go in December

Leeds United manager Neil Warnock has urged club captain Robert Snodgrass to sign a new deal.

Leeds United manager Neil Warnock has urged club captain Robert Snodgrass to sign a new deal.

The 24-year old is currently mulling over a new proposal from the Whites but is admittedly dismayed by broken promises made by chairman Ken Bates in regards to promotion.

Warnock is aware of Snodgrass’ needs and has told the Scotsman that he can be sold in December if the Yorkshire club has no chance of going up to the Premier League.

"I want to keep him. He knows what I think about him," Warnock told BBC Radio Sheffield. "I've said to him to sign another year and, if at Christmas we've no chance of going up, I'll sell you then.

"I understand that he's frustrated because all of the midfielders he was playing alongside last season have left the club.

"I think he's just going to wait and see who we sign and see how the situation develops and I don't blame him for that."

 
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