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Leeds Utd releases statement about Cellino's potential ban

Following speculation in the media, the Club felt it was important to clarify the position with regards to Massimo Cellino’s potential ban for allegedly breaching agency regulations in relation to the transfer of Ross McCormack from the Club to Fulham FC in July 2014.

As stated in his message to supporters following the initial decision, Mr Cellino has lodged an appeal to overturn the guilty verdict and any sanctions imposed upon Mr Cellino by the FA will be held/suspended until the appeal has been heard and a verdict has been found. We can also confirm that the Club has lodged an appeal in relation to the sanctions that were imposed directly on us. We are confident that the appeals will be successful.

Everybody at the Club is completely focused on supporting Garry Monk and his team for the rest of this season. The Club will make no further comment on Mr Cellino’s appeal until the process is complete.

– Leeds United statement


Pablo Hernandez signs permanent contract with Leeds United

Leeds United have completed their first signing of the January transfer window - converting Pablo Hernandez's loan deal from Qatari side Al Arabi into a permanent one.

Pablo Hernandez has made his loan move permanent Credit: PA

The 31 year old, who has scored three goals in 18 appearances for Leeds this season, has signed an initial six month contract with the option to extend this by a further 12 months.

The former Spanish international has also played for Valencia, Getafe and Swansea City.

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