Leeds United are set to meet the demands of Pablo Hernandez and offer him a new contract, according to The Yorkshire Evening Post.
Leeds United remain locked in contract talks with Pablo Hernandez with the club hopeful of preventing the midfielder’s departure at the end of this season.
United are continuing to discuss an extension to Hernandez’s deal and look set on meeting his demands after another goal over the weekend reiterated his value to the squad at Elland Road.
The 32-year-old, who can operate as an attacking midfielder or as a winger.
Hernandez will turn 33 this week, but there is no doubt that the Spaniard is one of the best players in the Championship and is a key figure in the Leeds team.
Handing the former Swansea City and Valencia star a new deal would be a smart move from Leeds.
The Spaniard has shown what he is capable of in the Championship and continues to produced the goods for the Whites.
The 32-year-old has scored seven goals and provided eight assists in 30 Championship starts for Leeds so far this season.
According to The Yorkshire Evening Post, the attacking midfielder has scored three goals and provided four assists in his last nine appearances for the Whites
Leeds will be aiming to challenge for the Championship playoffs next season, and having Hernandez in the team will enhance their chances of doing just that.