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Fulham striker Ross McCormack rejects new Fulham contract

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Fulham striker Ross McCormack has today rejected a new contract offer with the club, and seemingly looks set to leave the club in the summer, according to the Football Insider.

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The Scottish striker managed to find the net 19 times last season, and looked unplayable at times, scoring a hat-trick against Middlesbrough in April last year.

Although he only signed a contract last summer, it looks as though his time in west London is coming to an end and Fulham supporters will be left worrying whether or not they will be watching Championship football next season, as they sit just above the drop zone.

The 29-year-old has been wanted by Championship rivals Middlesbrough who have already placed two bids for him.

However, as Fulham have been placed under a transfer embargo they have refused to let McCormack leave the club and cancelled his transfer request in January.

The former Cardiff striker has really impressed Fulham supporters this season, netting 16 goals in 31 league appearances.

However, the Cottagers now sit in 18th place in the Championship table and have looked to McCormack on numerous occasions this season in order keep them clear of the relegation zone.

Many Fulham fans will be worrying about the future of the club as many reports suggest that McCormack’s striking partner, Moussa Dembele, has been linked with a move away from the club with Tottenham Hotspur being the club likely to sign him.

Fulham fans – how will you feature without McCormack if he was to join another club? Would you get relegated without the 29-year-old at the club?

Middlesbrough fans – would you love to see McCormack at the club? 

We’d love to hear from you Fulham fans so let us know your thoughts on the striker rejecting the new contract by commenting below!


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