Middlesbrough and Sheffield Wednesday are both interested in signing Fulham midfielder Kevin McDonald, according to Get West London.
The experienced midfielder was linked with a move to Nottingham Forest in the summer but they felt that his valuation of £7 million was too high. However, he is now being linked again with a move away.
Championship duo Middlesbrough and Sheffield Wednesday are the sides being rumoured to be after him. They both have money to spend this January and will see McDonald as an ideal signing. Scottish giants Rangers have also been linked, but they have some financial restrictions they more or less rule them out of the race for McDonald.
The 29 year-old is a vastly experienced midfielder. He started his career in his native Scotland with Dundee before being brought down to England by Burnley. He spent three seasons with them before he was signed by Sheffield United in 2011.
He spent another three years with the Blades in League One before he was snapped up by Wolves, who were relegated from the Championship in 2014. He helped them win the League One title in his first season at the club.
He then joined Fulham in 2016 and was part of their side who got to the Championship Play-Offs last season. His chances have been limited this season but a move to one of their rivals in Middlesbrough or Sheffield Wednesday could be on the cards for McDonald.
McDonald is a talented central-midfielder and would be a decent coup for a Championship side.