Date: 13th July 2016 at 6:33pm
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Losing Moussa Dembele was a huge blow to Fulham Football Club but if the club were to lose Ross McCormack as well, that would be almost too much to get over.

But the more I contemplate losing McCormack, the more I`m convinced it is going to happen.

As far as speculation goes, I`m beginning to believe there is no smoke without fire.

Today it would appear another club has stepped forward to try and persuade Fulham to part with their Scottish international striker.

Gracing the pages of the72co.uk, Click Here,but gleaned from the sports pages of the Sun, is that Norwich are set to try and tempt Ross to Carrow Road to sample the delights Norfolk has to offer.

Our referenced source is championing the suggestion that Norwich City are set to make a bid in the region of £13 million for the striker.

Last season, despite it being what some might call a woeful campaign for Fulham; McCormack scored 21 goals, making him the second highest scorer in the Championship.

Whilst accepting that McCormack`s departure is inevitable, I can`t help but feel if he is sold to a fellow Championship side we`re making a huge mistake, McCormack is a Premier League player and deserves to show what he can do in the top flight.