Date: 25th June 2016 at 11:22am
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To lose one of our main strikers, in the shape of Moussa Dembele, would be bad enough but to lose a second, in the shape of Ross McCormack would be a devastating blow.

But that could very well be the case.

Although Slavisa Jokanovic has heavily hinted that he wants to build a promotion winning team around McCormack, a player that has remained loyal to the Fulham cause, the lure of playing in the Premier League may be something that McCormack might not be able to resist.

Today, lurking in the Birmingham Mail of all places, is the inference that Steve Bruce, in charge of Hull City who were promoted back to the Premier League again this season, sees Ross McCormack as a striker that can play a part in ensuring Hull City consolidate their Premier League status in 2016 / 2017.

Our source also goes on to suggest that Aston Villa and Newcastle United, managed by Roberto Di Matteo and Rafa Benitez respectively, are also keen to lure the Scottish international away from Craven Cottage for a fee said to be of the magnitude of £15 million.