Tony Pulis may pull plug on deal to sign full-back Charlie Taylor

Posted May 18, 2017

Alex Purver, Michael Taylor, Jack Vann and Billy Whitehouse will also leave Elland Road when their contracts expire later this summer.

It is understood that the defender was fined two weeks wages by the club and manager Gary Monk claimed that Taylor had been badly advised by his agent.

However, as he is under 24, any club he signs for would have to pay Leeds a fee related to his development.

It has been reported that the Baggies have offered £3.5m in compensation for the player, who became the subject of internal disciplinary proceedings from Leeds after refusing to play in the club's final league match of the season.

Leeds took disciplinary action against him and are resigned to losing a defender who joined their academy as a nine year old and made over 100 appearances for the club.

Leeds United have revealed on their official website that they have offered a new deal to contract rebel Charlie Taylor.

Pulis said: "We wouldn't go to tribunal on it". It's a risk that, at this moment, is not worth taking'.

The offer of a new deal to Taylor was confirmed as part of a retained list published by Leeds today. "In line with EFL regulations, he now has one month from today's date to accept".

Goalkeeper Ross Turnbull is one of six players to be released by Leeds.

Winger Pablo Hernandez, 32, has had his contract extended by a year after 38 appearances last term.