Ross McCormack is set to sign a new improved deal with Fulham, according to the Mail Online.
The Scotland international is only twelve months into a four year deal with the Cottagers having signed from Leeds United for £11m last summer, but has been offered fresh terms.
Both Norwich City and Middlesbrough have been linked with a move for the twenty-eight year old, though he has shown commitment to the Fulham cause, as they look to make a return to the top flight following their relegation in 2014.
In his fifty-two appearances in all competitions for the West London side so far, he has scored nineteen goals.
Prior to his move to Craven Cottage, he had spells with fellow Championship sides Leeds United and Cardiff City while he spent the majority of his early career in his native Scotland while he also has eleven caps for his country, scoring twice
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