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Morning Leeds-in for 20 April: Heckingbottom says Hernandez’s head “might be turned”

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Oh boy, Pablo is gone, isn’t he?

Paul Heckingbottom said in his press conference today that Pablo Hernandez “could have had his head turned” when asked about the status of the Spaniard’s new contract.

If Hernandez goes back to Spain, I don’t think anyone will blame him. If Hernandez goes to a Championship high-flier or a Premier League team that offers him a big contract, I think that the fans will be upset with the ownership for not matching the wages. If Hernandez goes to Birmingham City to join up with Garry Monk, then I think that Leeds fans will likely go into open revolt.

Stock up on pitchforks and torches and be ready to sell them outside Elland Road is all I’m saying.

On to the links.

Leeds United Links

Security Message ahead of the match against Barnsley. [Leeds]

Pontus Jansson returned to training ahead of this weekend’s match. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

If Leeds lose to Barnsley, Heckingbottom has got to go. [Through It All Together]

A look at how Leeds squad costs line-up with the rest of the division. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

England and English Football Links

Brighton & Hove Albion owner Tony Bloom reportedly interested in purchasing a Belgian football club as well. [The Argus]

Former Lincoln City defender Bradley Wood has been banned by the FA for six years for deliberately getting booked during the Imps FA Cup run last year. []

Just who is in charge of transfers at Arsenal these days? [The Short Fuse]

World Football Links

Former Palermo midfielder Bruno Henrique given one-year ban for his part in a fake passport scandal while in Italy. []

Still more drama surrounds AC Milan’s Gianluigi Donnarumma. [AC Milan Offside]