McLeod future unclear
By Graeme Bailey
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Izale McLeod looks set to get his wish and be granted a move away from MK Dons.Izale McLeod looks set to get his wish and be granted a move away from Milton Keynes Dons.
Aston Villa, Everton, Charlton, Birmingham, Cardiff and Wolves have all taken a keen interest.
Wolves have even seen bids rejected for McLeod over the past week - with their offer - rumoured to be around £1.3 million - not enough for the League One outfit.
McLeod and his representative Gino Culbertson held talks with MK supremo Pete Winkelman on Wednesday.
Culbertson has previously been less than amused as The Dons' stance over McLeod - having previously come to agreement that his charge would be allowed to leave if a big enough club came in for him.
However, Culberton is now happy that both parties understand each other and McLeod could very well leave - presuming a suitable offer is made.
"Both sides are happy, we understand where each other is coming from," Culberton told skysports.com.
"It was a good talk and things went well, and we will now just have to see how things progress over the next few weeks.
"We always had an understanding that Izale was really only here in the short-term presuming he did well - which everyone was always confident about."
MK Dons manager Danny Wilson is obviously not happy about the prospect of losing his star player and insists any club, including Wolves will have to pay the full amount.
"I get annoyed I can't sign Ronaldo but I can't afford him! So if you can't afford him, don't worry about it," said Wilson.
"But Glenn's fine, it's up to him - it's his club.
"But the bottom line is they're the buying club and we're the selling club. And if we don't think that the valuation is up to scratch then we will keep refusing it - simple as that."