The Coventry man, of course, was a cornerstone of a Coventry team relegated from the Championship last season, so he is hardly the next Rio Ferdinand, but it again seems odd that the new owners, who ever they might be, are not promising funds to secure Warnock's transfer targets. And Keogh is hardly costing megabucks, with Cardiff only offering £750,000.
Is Keogh worth it? That's not the point. The issue is the inability of Leeds to match it if all this oil money is really in the take over pipe line.