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Ross McCormack set to stay at Leeds and reject Premier League offers

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Leeds United striker Ross McCormack is set to stay at Leeds United and reject any moves to the Premier League.

According to the Yorkshire Post, McCormack is willing to extend his deal at the club if an offer is put in front of him.

The Scotland International has amassed an impressive 29 goals in the league this season, and is only one goal away from the coveted 30 goals tally.

The 27-year-old would become only the second Leeds player in 22 years to score 30 goals in one season, and McCormack is set to break that record with three games of the season left.

Ross McCormack

McCormack is set to stay at Leeds

McCormack has been the subject of interest from an array of clubs, with Cardiff having a bid rejected for the striker in January. West Ham are the latest Premier League club to be linked with the striker, however McCormack says he is willing to stay at Elland Road.

McCormack said: “I’ve got a couple of years left on my contract and whether the new owner (Massimo Cellino) wants me to extend that or whatever, that’s up to him. If he puts a contract in front of me to sign, I’ll be part of this new regime and hopefully take the club forward.”


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