England's young goalkeeper Paul Robinson has played down sugges
England's young goalkeeper Paul Robinson has played down suggestions that he will be part of a summer clear out from Elland Road as the club try to raise some much needed cash. Robinson, who played against Australia in the February friendly, believes he is settled in Yorkshire and that any move to London or elsewhere would distrupt his lifestyle. "I've got no plans to move anywhere. I've just bought a new house in Yorkshire," Robinson said.
"I've got a bit of land and my dogs, two boxers, run around on it. My dogs love running around, I'm not going to put two boxers in a city centre apartment with no garden.
"I've got a pension, but I just fancied an investment property, an apartment in the centre of London. It's somewhere to invest my money and if I get a weekend off it's nice to use."
"But I think that someone - maybe one of the estate agents - stitched me up. It's the thing about Leeds having had to sell some of their players recently. Someone put two and two together and made 46."
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