Fulham have agreed a deal with Leeds United for the signing of their striker and captain Ross McCormack, who will sign a four-year contract, according to Sky Sports.
The Cottagers, relegated from the Premier League last season, had initially made an opening offer of £5m, which was rejected by the Yorkshire club. However, after lengthy negotiations, the Scot now looks set to move to West London, but for a fee of £11m.
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Fulham are still in pursuit of Ross McCormack, despite having previous bids for the Leeds United captain turned down, reports The Yorkshire Post.
The Leeds squad departed for a two-week training camp in northern Italy yesterday, however McCormack did not travel with them, fuelling speculation that a transfer may be imminent.
The 27-year-old Scottish international is rumoured to have had a meeting with Leeds owner Massimo Cellino in...More
Fulham have confirmed via their official club website that defender Sascha Riether has left Craven Cottage.
The 31-year-old returns to his native Germany, signing for SC Freiburg after spending two years in west London, in which he made a total of 72 Fulham appearances in all competitions.
Reither originally joined Fulham on a season-long loan deal from 1. FC Köln in 2012, but after a successful year, the Cottagers decided to take ...More
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FA Cup: Fourth round
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Crystal Palace fans everywhere will be proud of what their team has achieved this season.
At the beginning of the season, Palace had bolstered their squad with a huge influx of players, with no real quality standing out amongst them. It was looking bleak for the Eagles when they sat bottom of the league, with just one point from eight games, when a...More
Fulham end their 13-year stay in the top flight of English football with a home clash against London rivals Crystal Palace on Sunday.
A surprisingly abject performance at Stoke City sealed the Cottagers’ fate, but in reality the damage was done before Felix Magath took charge, as on the whole, performances have been more encouraging since the German arrived. Magath will continue in the role next season, so given his pedigree, Fulham ...More
Fulham have announced that manager Felix Magath will stay at the club despite their recent relegation to the Championship, Sky Sports has reported.
The club lost their Premier League status on Saturday after a 4-1 defeat away to Stoke City, with Magath proving unable to save them after becoming their third permanent manager of the season after Martin Jol and Rene Meulensteen had both been sacked.
Performances under Magath have been ...More
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