Leeds willing to make Snodgrass their highest paid to ward off Newcastle, Norwich

Leeds United boss Neil Warnock remains hopeful of keeping hold of Robert Snodgrass. The Scot has been offered a new deal which will make him Leeds’ highest-paid player on £15,000 a week.

Leeds United boss Neil Warnock remains hopeful of keeping hold of Robert Snodgrass.

The Scot has been offered a new deal which will make him Leeds’ highest-paid player on £15,000 a week.

In return, Warnock wants the 24-year-old Scotland winger to skipper United to promotion next season.

Snodgrass is an £8million target for Newcastle United, Stoke City and Norwich City but Warnock said: “I want him to be our captain next year and I’ve asked him to get Leeds in the Premier League.”

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