BBC Sport are reporting that Neil Warnock is not concerned by the potential sale of Cardiff City and doesn’t think it will affect his future as manager of the club.
Cardiff City owner recently released a statement on the club’s official website saying that he was not actively looking to sell the club but he would sell up if the right offer came in.
This prompted people to question Warnock’s stance on this but the Cardiff manager is adamant that he will not be affected by any change.
“The owners don’t really matter to me as long as they’re supportive.”
“If they [Mehmet Dalman and Vincent Tan] want to sell it I would imagine the best time would be in the next 18 months.
“They’ll probably wait and see what happens next year.”
Warnock took over in October and has lifted Cardiff from relegation candidates to a comfortable mid-table position.
Cardiff fans – what do you think of this? Would a sale affect Warnock’s position? Let us know in the comments below…