A staggering fee of £11 million appears to have been agreed between Fulham and Leeds for striker Ross McCormack
Leeds released a statement last week saying McCormack would not be sold, but, according to reports, the Cottagers have made an offer too good to turn down.
McCormack, who has also been linked with West Ham, Newcastle, Norwich and Cardiff, stayed in England and handed in a transfer request instead of joining Leeds’ pre-season trip to Italy.
The 27-year-old now looks set to get his wish and sign a four-year contract with Fulham.
The Scotland international was the Championship’s top scorer with 28 goals last season and Fulham boss Felix Magath will be hoping he can make an instant impact as the Cottagers look to bounce straight back to the Premier League.