Neil Warnock responds to Sheffield Wednesday's Sean Morrison bid, with Cardiff said to want closer to £6m

Cardiff manager Neil Warnock

Sheffield Wednesday are said to have bid £3 million for the Cardiff City captain.

Sheffield Wednesday's Adam Reach and Cardiff City's Sean Morrison in actionCardiff City defender Sean Morrison [right]

Cardiff City are seeking closer to £6 million for Sheffield Wednesday target Sean Morrison, Wales Online reports.

The Owls are said to offered £3 million for the Bluebirds centre-back, who it is claimed is happy at the Cardiff City Stadium and hopes to captain Neil Warnock's side to promotion next season.

Cardiff manager Neil WarnockCardiff manager Neil Warnock

And Warnock, the former Sheffield United manager, is quoted as saying: "[£3 million] wouldn't even buy one of Morrison's legs."

According to Wales Online, Cardiff believe that selling Morrison would "send out the wrong signals" ahead of a planned promotion push.

And another concern for the Bluebirds is the future of another central defender, Bruno Ecuele-Manga, whose contract with them expires at the end of this month.

Aston Villa’s Leandro Bacuna and Cardiff’s Bruno Ecuele Manga in actionCardiff City defender Bruno Ecuele Manga [left]

It remains to be seen whether Wednesday, who have been defeated in each of the last two Championship play-off campaigns, will continue their interest in Morrison, who scored four league goals and created another eight this past season.

Owls boss Carlos Carvalhal is keen to add at least one new centre-back this summer and is considering bids for Grant Hanley and Daniel Ayala, of Newcastle United and Middlesbrough respectively, according to the Sheffield Star.

How much should Sheffield Wednesday pay for Morrison?

Sheffield Wednesday manager Carlos Carvalhal (L) and owner Dejphon Chansiri before the gameSheffield Wednesday head coach Carlos Carvalhal [left] with owner Dejphon Chansiri

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