Interesting tweet on Twatter by Ross McCormack. The wanted Leeds man talks about being humbled by all the tweets from Leeds fans but then adds, "Not aloud (sic) to speak about the speculation sorry."
Now, apart from the dreadful spelling error, this is not what Leeds fans want to read. Why, exactly, isn't he allowed (that's the way to spell it Ross!) to talk about a possible deal unless there is some substance in the rumours? How easy would it have been to post, "I'm not going anywhere guys. End of."
And if Leeds aren't entertaining the bid, why would they ban him from making such a clear cut statement? Nice Guy Brian has said how honesty is everything, and how the fans just want to be kept in the loop. So why is Ross not allowed to tell the fans what is going on; unless a deal is in the offing, of course.
And this must be read alongside the profits drop at GFH and their pledge to "extract value from existing assets" as part of their drive to reduce operating costs. Two and two usually add up to four and it would be a foolish man who now bets against the Scot leaving Leeds before the window closes.