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Norwich City lodge improved offer for prolific Championship forward



Championship side Norwich City have upped their bid for Fulham’s star striker Ross McCormack to an offer in excess of £10 million, according to Sky Sports.

Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic has already seen French wonderkid Moussa Dembele depart the club for Scottish champions Celtic this summer, and has been holding out for a huge bid for the second half of last season’s deadly strike duo.

McCormack has been a regular at the top of the scoring charts in the Championship in recent years, and has scored regularly for both Fulham and Leeds United.

Norwich manager Alex Neil is hopeful that he can bring the Scot to Carrow Road, where he would partner up with fellow Scotsman Steven Naismith.

Norwich lacked a serious goal threat last season and the Canaries have identified the Fulham forward as the man to score regularly and fire them back into the Premier League.

The Cottagers have set a £12 million asking price for ‘Rossco’, so Norwich will have to wait and see whether their revised offer is accepted.

Fulham and Norwich fans…What do you make of the news? Would McCormack be the right man to fire Norwich back to the Premier League? Should Fulham finally cash in on the 29-year-old? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

ScoopDragon Football News Network

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