Leeds line up move for Hill

Sky Sports understands Leeds United are lining up a move for Queens Park Rangers defender Clint Hill.

Last Updated: 08/01/13 at 10:53 Post Comment

Clint Hill: Could be set to link up with Neil Warnock for a third time at Leeds

Clint Hill: Could be set to link up with Neil Warnock for a third time at Leeds

Leeds tried to sign Hill during the loan window and boss Neil Warnock is keen to bring in the defender during this month's transfer window.

Despite being a regular in the QPR side lately, Harry Redknapp is thought to be willing to let Hill move on as he looks to aid his own transfer plans.

Hill's contract at Loftus Road expires at the end of the season and Leeds are thought to be willing to offer the 34-year-old a long-term deal to lure him to Elland Road.

Warnock is a big admirer of Hill having worked with him at Crystal Palace and QPR and he sees him as a key addition to his squad as he can play at centre-back or left-back.

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