Leeds United fans are becoming increasingly concerned when it comes to the future of experienced attacker Pablo Hernandez.
The 32-year-old has scored seven times and registered nine assists in 36 appearances in all competitions for Leeds during the 2017-18 campaign.
The Spaniard continues to show his class for the Championship club, but he will be out of contract at the end of this season, and talks over a fresh deal are yet to take place.
Leeds supporters have consistently called for their club to offer Hernandez a new deal, but it appears that many are losing faith as the month of April approaches.
Birmingham City, who are managed by former Leeds boss Garry Monk, are one of the clubs that have been linked with Hernandez.
Monk has a close relationship with Hernandez following their time together at both Swansea City and Leeds, and the club’s supporters are fearful that the versatile attacker will be leaving Elland Road this summer.
A selection of the Twitter reaction can be seen below:
All about the money nothing else… leeds won’t offer him a new deal
— Mark Schofield (@Scoffer8) March 18, 2018
Oh It'll happen just like wood, can't blame em #MOT
— magnumfarce66i (@david_cutshed) March 19, 2018
If we let Pablo Hernández go to Birmingham City I’m done with this Football Club. #LUFC
— Matt James (@MattJLufc) March 19, 2018
If Leeds don’t announce Pablo has signed a 12 month extension during this international break then I think it’ll be a given he’s off at the end of the season imo #lufc
— David (@beaglelufc) March 19, 2018
@andrearadri don’t expect a reply but rumours have it Monk is after Pablo for Birmingham but the silence from #lufc is deafening. Are we doing all we can to keep arguably our player of the season? This could be a start to you sorting this mess of a season out ASAP
— Russ Cowling (@Russlufc) March 18, 2018
Why wouldn't he go ? – Brum will be a far stronger proposition than us next season.
— Mike Whorley (@mikewhorley) March 18, 2018
its an obvious link and can see it happening Birmingham pay stupid wages.
— Craig (@lufcCraig) March 18, 2018