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Fulham Complete £11m ‘Deal’ For Leeds Striker Ross McCormack – First Sign Of The Apocalypse?

By Chris Wright

Soccer - Sky Bet Championship - Barnsley v Leeds United - Oakwell Stadium

Fair warning, you may want to find a sturdy leather belt to bite down on – Fulham have agreed a deal (and we use the term “deal” in the loosest possible sense) with Leeds United to sign forward Ross McCormack for…wait for it…£11million – that’s eleven, million, pounds, sterling.

Sky Sports News are reporting that the two clubs have agreed a deal (we imagine Leeds didn’t take much persuading) and that McCormack is a whisker away from signing a four-year-deal with the Cottagers.

We know he was the Championship top-scorer last season and all, but £11million? That makes him the eighth most expensive British striker ever!

The world’s gone mushy!

UPDATE: Fulham have officially announced the deal has gone through and that the start of the Apocalypse is officially upon us!

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By Chris on July 8th, 2014 in Championship, Fulham, Newsnow, Transfers & Rumours. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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5 Responses to “Fulham Complete £11m ‘Deal’ For Leeds Striker Ross McCormack – First Sign Of The Apocalypse?”

  1. Fritz says:

    First Lallana for roughly the same price as Fabregas or Kroos, now this. Ridiculous

  2. bestie says:

    makes Mitroglou seem like a bargain

  3. Chris says:

    Just to clarify, The deal is cleary not £11mil up front and has only been released as such to calm the Leeds fans will no doubt be gutted at losing a player who was involved in 61% of their goals last term.

    It is more likely to be 6/7 up front with a further 4/5 more depending on promotion. At the end of the day if Fulham are promoted then it is worth while.

    Shouldn’t believe everything you read….

    • Chris says:

      @Chris: Fulham also paid £12m for Mitroglou, so £11m for McCormack suddenly seems incredible value for money.

  4. Giancarlo says:

    While releasing Hangelaand and not replacing him. What a waste of money. Good luck Fulham enjoy the Championship–you’ll be staying awhile.

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