Fulham's quest to build their squad into a state of Premier League readiness continues ahead of the start of the new season, with Senegalese defender Kara Mbodji the latest to be linked with a move to Craven Cottage.
According to The Sun, Fulham are ready to bid £4.5m for Mbodji, who currently plays for Belgian side R.S.C Anderlecht.
His manager, Hein Vanhaezebrouck, has apparently decided Mbodji is no longer part of Anderlecht's plans, while 28-year-old Mbodji has in the past indicated a desire to play in the Premier League.
Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic is reportedly still looking to improve his side's defence, despite having signed Alfie Mawson for a free thought to be around £20m.
Should Mbodji make the move to Craven Cottage, there will be a familiar face waiting to greet him, with the defender having previously played alongside Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic at Anderlecht.
A knee-injury in December 2017 kept Mbodji out for the second half of last season, while he didn't feature for Senegal in their World Cup campaign in Russia.