Fulham have agreed an £11million fee for Ross McCormack as they close in on the signing of the Leeds United striker.
The Cottagers have been interested in the Scotland star all summer and look set to finally snare their man, with McCormack expected to sign a four-year deal at Craven Cottage.
The 27-year-old did not travel with the rest of the Leeds team on their pre-season trip to Italy last week amid interest from the Whites and Norwich City.
McCormack slapped in a transfer request in a bid to force a move away from Elland Road.
Leeds supremo released a statement trying to warn potential suitors that the 28-goal forward was not for sale.
However, the Championship club are ready to do business after Fulham finally met their valuation of their prize asset.