Leeds manager David Hockaday refuses to discuss move for Rotherham's Kieran Agard

Kieran Agard of Rotherham United celebrates his goal during the Sky Bet League One Play Off Semi Final Second Leg between at Rotherham United and Preston North End at The New York Stadium on May 15, 2014
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Leeds manager David Hockaway refuses to be drawn on links to Rotherham forward Kieran Agard.

Leeds United manager David Hockaday has refused to be drawn on speculation linking the Whites with Rotherham United forward Kieran Agard.

The former Arsenal youth player is thought to be on the Leeds wanted list as they continue to reshape their squad under the new ownership of Massimo Cellino.

"If somebody signs on the dotted line I'll talk chapter and verse on that player," Hockaday told reporters when asked about a move for Agard.

"Until that time it's wrong of me to comment on anything because then you'll ask about another player and another player and we could be here all day, so I'll pass on that one."

Agard, 24, started life in the youth ranks at Arsenal, then had spells at Everton and Yeovil Town before joining Rotherham.

Forest Green manager David Hockaday looks on during the pre season friendly match between Forest Green and Swindon Town at the New Lawn stadium on July 12, 2013
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