Leeds United captain Ross McCormack is set to leave Elland Road this summer following the dismissal of manager Brian McDermott, the Mail Online understands.
The 27 year old scored twenty-eight goals in forty-six Championship appearances last season, a tally which saw him finish as the division’s top scorer.
McCormack, valued at around £8m by the Yorkshire club, has drawn interest from clubs in the Premier League, La Liga and his native Scotland.
He began his career in Glasgow with Rangers, scoring twice in eleven appearances before moving south of the border to Doncaster Rovers on loan in 2006.
Spells with Motherwell and Cardiff City followed before he completed his switch to Leeds in August 2010 whilst internationally he has two goals in eleven appearances for Scotland.
The striker has made no secret of his anger at Leeds’s decision to part company with McDermott, who was sacked after just thirteen months in charge at the weekend.
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