Report: Fulham agree £11m fee with Leeds United for Ross McCormack

Leeds' Ross McCormack celebrates after scoring the opening goal against Barnsley during the Championship match on April 19, 2014
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Fulham reportedly agree an £11m deal with Leeds United for Ross McCormack.

Leeds United captain Ross McCormack is reportedly on the verge of joining Fulham after both clubs agreed on an £11m fee.

The Scotland international was granted extended leave by Leeds last week after reportedly handing in a transfer request.

Leeds owner Massimo Cellino recently claimed that he would not sell the 27-year-old to a Championship rival, but it appears that the Italian has gone back on his original stance.

According to Sky Sports News, the two parties have agreed on a deal, which will result in McCormack moving to Craven Cottage on a four-year contract.

McCormack spent four years at Elland Road following a move from Cardiff City, who were also linked with a fresh approach for the player.

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