Warnock wants McCormack stay
Leeds United boss Neil Warnock admits there has been interest shown in Ross McCormack but wants to keep him at the club.
McCormack was Leeds' top goalscorer last term and has been linked with a number of clubs, including Blackburn Rovers, Wolves and Wigan Athletic, after turning down an extension on his current contract which expires next summer.
Other reports suggested the Lilywhites would do a swap deal with Brighton for Craig Mackail-Smith and Warnock said such a move would interest him, although he would prefer to keep McCormack at Elland Road.
"There have been a couple of clubs ask about buying him but we don't want to sell him unless there is a player exchange," he told Yorkshire Radio.
"I would rather keep him and Ross knows that. I think we will have to play it by ear. If Ross starts to enjoy himself, which I think he is then we will see how it goes.
"We can't lose players like Snodgrass and McCormack without replacing them, where would the goals come from?"