Sheffield Wednesday are keen on Fulham striker Ross McCormack.

The 29-year-old former Leeds United man has attracted interest from Newcastle and Aston Villa already this summer.

It’s believed Fulham will sell the Scotland international for around £12 million.

McCormack scored 23 goals last season and was left frustrated after being denied a move to Middlesbrough in January.

Wednesday lost to Hull City in the Championship play-off final.

Newcastle United boss Rafa Benitez says he’s well on the way to reshaping his Magpies squad ahead of a Championship promotion tilt.

The Toon chief is widely expected to move a number of players on this summer, although he says he won’t be forced to sell, and also to bring in his own picks.

Benitez has yet to make a signing while the likes of Andros Townsend, Georginio Wijnaldum and Moussa Sissoko have all been linked with a move away from St James’ Park.

“We don’t have to sell, that is clear, unless we think it is the right thing to do for the club,” said the Spaniard, who has signed a three-year contract as manager.

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On potential incomings, he added: “I don’t care where a player is from, just that he is the right player for Newcastle United and for the squad we want to build.

“I have good connections abroad and I am using those connections.

“Having experience of playing in the Championship can be important, but it is important to have a mix of players who can each bring different qualities.

“Mentality, experience, skill, determination, how everyone works together for the team, all these things are important.”

Norwich City, who were relegated from the Premier League alongside Newcastle and Aston Villa, have taken up their one-year options on defender Michael Turner and midfielders Alex Tettey and Wes Hoolahan.

Meanwhile Scotland defender Steven Whittaker has signed a new one-year deal.

Wolves are keen on Middlesbrough winger Adam Reach - but face a battle with Preston North End for the left-sided former England Under 21 man.

Reach has come through the ranks at Boro but is unlikely to see much action in the Premier League after their promotion.

He enjoyed an excellent loan spell at Preston in 2015-16 and their former Huddersfield Town boss Simon Grayson is a big fan.

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But Wolves boss Kenny Jackett has also been keeping tabs on his progress.

The West Midlands side are keen on a season-long loan deal.