Ross McCormack granted extended leave by Leeds United

Leeds' Ross McCormack celebrates after scoring the opening goal against Barnsley during the Championship match on April 19, 2014
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Leeds United winger Ross McCormack is granted extended leave by the club amid speculation that he could leave Elland Road.

Ross McCormack has been granted extended leave by Leeds United following a request from the player.

The 27-year-old reportedly handed in a transfer request earlier this week, while Fulham have already had two bids for the winger turned down.

McCormack had been due to meet up with the team in Italy for their pre-season training camp this weekend, but Leeds have agreed to allow him to remain in the UK until Wednesday.

Cardiff City and Norwich City have also been linked with McCormack, but Leeds have insisted that he will not be sold to a Championship rival.

Leeds' Ross McCormack celebrates after scoring the opening goal against Barnsley during the Championship match on April 19, 2014
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