Ross McCormack has agreed terms on a contract extension with Fulham, according to media reports this morning.
The Scottish international striker has been talking to the club about extending his deal at Craven Cottage over the past couple of weeks, following interest in his services from the likes of Middlesbrough and Norwich City. He is expected to put pen to paper on a new long-term contract before Saturday’s game against Brighton and Hove Albion.
The 28 year-old striker only joined Fulham last summer after a protracted transfer saga that saw him leave Leeds United for an initial fee of around £6m, but McCormack was keen to commit his future to the club. He scored nineteen goals in his first season at Craven Cottage and earned a recall to Gordon Strachan’s national squad.