• Sheffield Wednesday are hoping to secure Ross McCormack’s signature 
  • The Owls have had a £10million bid rejected by Fulham 
  • McCormack scored during Fulham’s 3-1 win against Rotherham 

Sami Mokbel for MailOnline

Fulham have rejected a £10million offer from Sheffield Wednesday for Ross McCormack.

The striker recently signed a one-year extension at Craven Cottage, but that hasn’t stopped Wednesday from making an audacious bid land the forward.

McCormack has scored three goals this season, adding to the 19 he scored for the club last season. 

Fulham have rejected a £10million bid from Sheffield Wednesday for striker Ross McCormack

Fulham have rejected a £10million bid from Sheffield Wednesday for striker Ross McCormack

The Sky Bet Championship outfit acted to secure the 29-year-old’s future a fortnight ago, but Fulham boss Kit Symons will be eager to keep the goalscorer as he plots a promotion tilt. 

However, McCormack has impressed in west London, leading to reported interest from the likes of Norwich and Middlesbrough.

Meanwhile, the Cottagers are close to completing a £2m move for Wolves defender Richard Stearman.

McCormack celebrates scoring Fulham's second goal during their Championship victory against Rotherham

McCormack celebrates scoring Fulham’s second goal during their Championship victory against Rotherham

 

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