McCormack set for Leeds exit
Leeds United striker Ross McCormack could be set for a summer exit after Neil Warnock admitted he is unlikely to pen a new deal.
The Leeds boss expects McCormack to reject the improved terms offered to him by the club, leaving the door open for a departure.
The 25-year-old has another year left on his contract but Leeds could cash in on one of their prized assets. McCormack hit 19 goals for the West Yorkshire outfit this season.
"It's unlikely he'll sign. We've offered Ross an increase but his representatives made it clear that they're looking for a more significant increase after the season he's had," Warnock told the Yorkshire Evening Post.
"We've agreed to play it by ear and see where things go from here but he's going into his last year and it might be that people come in for him now."