Date: 31st March 2017 at 2:17pm
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Neil Warnock has suggested Kadeem Harris’ wage demands could prevent him from signing a new contract at Cardiff.

His current contract will expire at the end of the season allowing former Wycombe winger Harris, who arrived at the Cardiff City Stadium in 2012, to leave on a free transfer.

The Cardiff boss revealed talks have seen both sides ‘a bit apart’ in their thinking with Warnock also warning Harris the ‘grass isn’t always greener’ if he does end up leaving the Cardiff City Stadium.

Warnock’s been impressed with him but made it clear Harris might not get the ‘same opportunity’ away from Cardiff as the 23 year old has with the Bluebirds.

He was quoted by Wales Online as saying.

‘You’ve got to be a bit careful because the grass isn’t always greener. I spoke to his father who looks after him and we were a bit apart. He`s not really established himself but I`d like to think he`s grown in confidence. The last couple of games have probably been his best. Will he go elsewhere and get the same opportunity? I don`t know? If people want to play for me then great.’

Harris might be considering his options but Warnock offered fresh hope to Bruno Manga that he could yet have a future at the club.

Manga’s back in Warnock’s plans with the Gabon international potentially being offered a new deal. However, this would come on reduced terms as Cardiff can’t sustain his current wages.

‘We can`t sustain the wages Manga is on but he`s enjoying himself. I said to him, he`s had good money from the club for a few years. He`s part of my plans at the minute.’

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