Former Leeds United goalkeeper Paul Robinson has spoken about the future of Georginio Rutter.
The France Under-21 international joined Leeds in January, but Robinson expects there could already be a risk of him moving on due to a clause in his contract.
It has recently been speculated that Leeds may have tempted some of their recent big-name signings to Elland Road with the inclusion of relegation release clauses in their contracts.
Robinson has now fuelled that speculation, saying: “Everyone who is at a club of similar stature will have a form of relegation clause in their contract – clubs won’t be able to survive without it.
“Rutter I suggest is another one who could have a relegation release clause along with McKennie.”
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