Neil Adams: 'No Ross McCormack bid'

Leeds United midfielder Ross McCormack with his Player of the Month award for November on December 5, 2013
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Neil Adams says that no bid has been made to take Ross McCormack from Leeds United to Norwich City.

Norwich City manager Neil Adams has dismissed speculation that his side have made an offer for Ross McCormack.

Recent reports had suggested that the Canaries were prepared to battle for the Leeds United striker with Fulham, who are said to have bid £10m for the Scot.

However, Adams has insisted that no approach has been made for the 27-year-old.

"There is nothing in that. We have made no offer for McCormack. As and when we do we will let the supporters and the media know. There is no pulling the wool over the eyes here. We have not made a bid for McCormack or for any other player," the Eastern Daily Press quotes Adams as saying.

McCormack found the net on 29 occasions for Leeds last term.

Leeds' Ross McCormack celebrates after scoring the opening goal against Barnsley during the Championship match on April 19, 2014
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