Warnock to decide on contracts
Leeds United manager Neil Warnock still has to consider his options over player contracts before the summer transfer window opens.
The Whites boss will have act quickly to secure the long term services of his top players. Leeds have seen players such as Jermaine Beckford and Bradley Johnson walk away from Elland Road on free transfers after contract talks never materialised.
Despite not yet reaching any new deals, improved offers have been made to highly-rated winger Robert Snodgrass which will make him the clubs highest paid player and defender Aidy White. Midfielder Adam Clayton is also considering his opportunity to extend his contract at Elland Road. However, top goal scorer Ross McCormack's current three year deal is due to expire next summer but he hasn't yet been approached with an renewal offer.
"There are three or four lads to deal with," Warnock told the Yorkshire Evening Post, "but it'll probably be the week after next when I get round to finalising that.
"The lads know the offers they've got and I need to speak to Ross' people again.
"I've not been able to formalise an offer to him yet but that will be coming. The other lads have had theirs and I'll be talking to them soon."