Leeds United have acknowledged that they have received a bid from Premier league club Norwich city for the services of midfielder Robert Snodgrass. However, manager Neil Warnock has said that the offer is too low for them to even consider it. Robert Snodgrass has emerged as a real target for the Premier league club, who were looking to stay in the Premier league. It is often acknowledged that the second season is the most difficult to survive in the Premier league. The newly appointed former Birmingham manager Chris Hughton has been looking at various Championship players in such a way that the club will be able to afford their contracts even if they go down.
The 24-year-old Robert Snodgrass, who was recently made the captain of the club by Neil Warnock, is the latest player to be linked with Norwich. Neil Warnock has indeed confirmed that the Premier league club have made an official offer for the player, but they have not considered it due to the fact that it was well below their valuation. Warnock has said that he expects Norwich to come with an improved offer for the 24-year-old midfielder. Warnock has also revealed that he is looking to sign Robert Snodgrass on a long-term deal.
“It’s been made public that they’ve made a bid, but from our point of view it’s not what we’re looking for. It’s difficult when players get their heads turned but I’d like to keep Rob. Ross has got many people who like him, there’s probably five clubs vying for him at the moment. There’s a couple of clubs that have spoken to Aidy. We want him to stay here but have to reach an agreement with his advisors that he’s happy with as well,” said the former QPR manager Warnock regarding the future of Robert Snodgrass.