Date: 27th July 2016 at 12:46pm
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It would appear that the ante has been upped as far as the possible, or probable, sale of Ross McCormack goes.

The list of possible destinations for the striker has been growing rapidly in recent days with Aston Villa, Newcastle United, Sheffield Wednesday and Hull City all, reputedly interested in the 29-year old who has netted 42 times during his time at Craven Cottage.

However it seems that one club has stolen a march on all those supposedly interested.

Our associates at the Daily Mail, Click Here, are championing the suggestion that Norwich City have made a bid for the Scottish striker.

Our source suggests the bid is around the £12 million mark for the Scottish striker.

Norwich are hoping that, having been relegated last season, McCormack can score the goals that will fast-track them back to the Premier League after one season in the Championship.

We await an official response from Fulham relating to the future of Ross McCormack.


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