Sheffield Wednesday have had a £10 million bid rejected by Fulham for striker Ross McCormack, a club insider has told Football League World.
McCormack only joined the Cottagers for a Championship record £11 million from Leeds United last summer, and Kit Symons now faces a fight to keep him at the club beyond this one.
The 29-year-old striker scored 19 goals in all competitions during his first season at Craven Cottage, with his exploits a shining light during a fairly dark season on the River Thames.
This came after he top-scored for Leeds in the 2013/14 campaign with 28 to his tally, earning him a place in the Championship Team of the Year.
Carlos Carvalhal is looking to boost his attacking options at Hillsborough, having already signed the likes of Lucas Joao as well as Fernando Forestieri from Watford yesterday.
The goals of McCormack would help them mount a serious challenge for the play-off places at the very least, should they remain resolute at the back.
Wednesday and Fulham fans… What do you think? Should McCormack stay or should he go? How important is he to Fulham? How big a coup would he be for Wednesday? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!