Warnock hands Snodgrass compromise
Neil Warnock has promised Robert Snodgrass he can leave in January if he signs a new deal - if Leeds are not in the promotion shake-up.
Warnock is desperate to keep the Scotland midfielder, who has been linked with a move away as he enters the final year of his contract. Warnock told BBC Radio Sheffield: "I want to keep him. He knows what I think about him. 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 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." The future of Ross McCormack, who topped the club's scoring charts this season, is also up in the air, with the striker a free agent this summer. Warnock added: "We've offered him a new contract and it isn't sufficient to what his advisors think he should get. That's fine, he got 19 goals for us this season, but what we've said is we can't go that far. That doesn't mean he's going to go, though."