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Leeds reject Snodgrass bid

Leeds United have rejected a bid from the Canaries for winger Robert Snodgrass, according to reports over night.

Sky Sports say City had offered 3.5m for the Scottish international, who scored seven goals for the Whites in all competitions last season.

In other news the club confirmed last night that they have been given permission to talk to Millwall striker Steve Morison after the two clubs agreed a deal believed to be worth up to 2.8m for the player.

Morison looks set to become Paul Lambert's second signing of the summer, and will join once personal terms have been agreed and the Welshman has passed a medical.

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Writer: Dill Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday June 3 2011

Time: 9:02AM

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As a Leeds fan, firstly let me congratulate you for your back to back promotions 1 However I have to say that I think Bradley Johnson signing may be a good one for both parties, But as for Snodgrass...i just do not see the logic in Snodgrass signing for you....!! The only reason that he would consider a move to Carrow Road is because of the respect he has for fellow scot "Lambert"...but as i am sure you will understand ...how long can you hold onto Lambert ???? he is a young British manager with a growing reputation and will be scouted by a so called Bigger club in the Premiership, even before Xmas !!.....So i think that if we lose Snodgrass it will be a Bigger club than Norwich, perhaps Newcastle, who regardless of the managerial issues at that club, will always be perceived a Bigger club, .....you never know , Lambert could even go there and try and sign Snoddy in January !!!.....I sincerely hope we hold onto Snodgrass as i believe we can be in the Premiership in 12 months !!
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