Ross McCormack's u-turn on his Leeds United future reportedly prompts as many as six clubs to make enquiries into signing the Championship's top goalscorer.
Ross McCormack has reportedly been approached by six clubs after making a u-turn on his Leeds United future.
The sought-after striker had previously indicated that he was happy at Elland Road, but the sacking of Brian McDermott has caused him to reconsider his options.
Sky Sports News now claims that half-a-dozen teams have contacted McCormack enquiring over how much it would take for the Whites to sell their club captain.
West Ham United and Cardiff City are both believed to have had bids for the Championship's top goalscorer rejected during this transfer window, while Middlesbrough's summer offers were rebuffed.
McCormack, 27, has found the net 18 times in 27 league games for Leeds this term.
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