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7th May, 2017 | 2:34pm

Monk makes shock revelation regarding Taylor omission from Leeds draw v Wigan

By Dominic Toner

Leeds manager Garry Monk has explained that Charlie Taylor refused to play in the club’s final game of the season on Sunday.

The 23-year-old was omitted from the squad as the Whites drew 1-1 at Wigan in the last match of the Championship.

The defender now looks set for an Elland Road exit as his contract expires in the summer and he has been criticised for not signing a new deal with the Yorkshire giants.

Monk has revealed that he refused to play against Wigan and it looks like the academy graduate will be leaving his boyhood club on a sour note, as cited by BBC journalist Adam Pope on his personal Twitter account.

Taylor is expected to make a move to a Premier League club in the summer after receiving lots of interest.

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The Telegraph reported on Thursday night that West Brom are already in talks with the left-backs representatives about a potential move.

Taylor has made 104 senior appearances for Leeds since breaking into the first team and won the their Player of the Year last season.

However, he has been pushing for a move away from the club and now looks set to get his wish as his existing deal expires in the summer.

Leeds have turned to Gaetano Berardi to fill in for Taylor at times this season and that could be a permanent switch next season.

In other Leeds news, the club’s supporters destroyed their attacker on Twitter after his display against Wigan.

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