Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic could be set for an exit from the club this Summer.
The Serbian spent the second half of last season on loan at Championship side Cardiff City as they were promoted to the Premier League and the Welsh club are eager to keep hold of him.
But they face competition from Fulham, who were also promoted following a play-off victory against Aston Villa at Wembley last month, who are also planning for next season.
Grujic moved to Anfield in the Summer of 2016 from Red Star Belgrade after being recommended to Jurgen Klopp by Zeljko Buvac – who now appears to have ended his working relationship with the German.
That could well signal the end of life at Anfield for twenty-two year Grujic, who is likely to find himself a long way down the midfield pecking order next season.
Goal writer Neil Jones has reported that Fulham have joined Cardiff in the race to secure his signature – potentially for a season long loan deal or perhaps more long term.
A fresh start elsewhere may well suit the young midfielder, as he has struggled to make much of an impact during his two year spell as a Liverpool player.