Date:Monday May 21 2012
Leeds United boss Neil Warnock`s hopes of signing Clint Hill from Queens Park Rangers look slim with the defender being offered a new deal by the London club.
Warnock admitted last week that he was interested in taking Hill from Loftus Road with defender at the end of his contract and having played for Warnock at both Crystal Palace and Queens Park Rangers previously.
Rangers have offered Hill a new deal after collecting both the players and fans player of the year awards at Rangers last season.
Hill had a slow start to the season after being sent off in their opening Premier League game against Bolton Wanderers.
The 33 year old spent a month on loan at Nottingham Forest from September where he made five appearances.
He had to wait until the 23rd October before his next Rangers appearance against Chelsea when he helped the side record a 1-0 home win over the local neighbours.
Hill was an almost ever present between then and the end of the season as he helped Rangers avoid relegation back to the championship, making 25 appearances.
Warnock admits that he is still working hard to bring in new signings to the club having so far managed to secure just the services of Jason Pearce from Portsmouth.
The Leeds boss is expected to find out this week whether he has been successful in his attempts to bring in his teammate Joel Ward from Fratton Park.
Ward has held talks with Leeds but he is also being chased by a number of other championship clubs, who are keen to secure the services of the versatile 22 year old.
Warnock leaves for his summer holiday at the end of this week, with him still hoping to bring in some new faces.
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Date:Monday May 21 2012
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