Slavisa Jokanovic has once again insisted that Fulham forward Ross McCormack is not for sale, despite rumours of interest from promotion-chasing Middlesbrough.
The Fulham head coach reiterated that the club are not considering selling the Scottish striker, who has scored seventeen goals in 31 games this year, and that their transfer embargo will have no impact on their stance. He told his pre-match press conference ahead of the game against Hull City:
“I don’t change my position. It’s the same for Mike Rigg. It’s the same for Alistair Macintosh. I didn’t come here to sell the players at this moment. I read the press too, and it’s normal other clubs are interested in players. But he is one of our key players and we believe he can help us in the future.”