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Neil Warnock has confirmed that the Championship outfit have snubbed the approach for the Scotland international, but conceded that a higher amount could force the club to sell

Leeds United manager Neil Warnock has confirmed that the club have rejected a bid from Norwich City for Robert Snodgrass, but conceded that the Elland Road outfit could sell if they receive an increased offer.

The outspoken boss is keen to keep hold of the Scotland international as he looks to build a side capable of pushing for promotion back to the Premier League but is unsure if his midfield star will remain at the club.

"It's been made public that they have bid, but from our own point of view it's not what we're looking for," Warnock told reporters.

"We'd like to keep Rob, and Rob knows that. Whether that will be possible we'll have to wait and see.”

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Snodgrass started his career at Livingston before joining Leeds in 2008 and has scored 35 times in 168 league games for the club.

Canaries boss Chris Hughton is keen to strengthen his squad ahead of his debut season in charge of the one of last season’s Premier League surprise packages, having so far brought in Steven Whittaker from Rangers.