According to Wales Online, Cardiff City midfielder Peter Whittingham has been offered a new contract by the club.
Peter Whittingham is the longest serving player at Cardiff and Neil Warnock would like to keep him at the club.
The left-footed midfielder’s contract is due to expire at the end of the season but there is a new contract offer waiting for him on the table.
The 32-year-old has been at Cardiff for ten years now, with just under 450 appearances to his name.
The central midfielder has scored 97 goals in that time and been with Cardiff in the Championship and the Premier League too.
And while Warnock is keen for the former Aston Villa youngster to pen a new deal, he is prepared to allow Whittingham plenty of time to mull over the offer.
“I told Peter I’m not in a rush, I won’t withdraw it, so if they want to consider it for a length of time it’s alright with me because you’ve got to show respect to Peter.”
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