Date: 6th August 2015 at 3:10pm
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Over in the land of the tabloid publications, two of the leading exponents are both inferring that Fulham has unfinished work when it comes to Lewis Dunk.

Trailing through the transfer tittle-tattle pages this morning, both The Sun and The Mirror are of the opinion that Brighton and Hove Albion can expect to be contacted by Fulham Football Club with an increase doffer for the central defender.

Reports, already covered earlier this summer, have already suggested that two previous bids for the 23-year-oldd centre-back have been turned down flat by the south-coast club, but it remains to be seen, if our sources are correct, whether the Seagulls are prepared to accept a bid, said to be in the region, of £4 million for the player.

However, the Daily Mirror is quick to point out that the price for the more-than-capable defender could rise further suggesting that with the Premier League outfit Newcastle also interested Brighton could be quite capable of playing one club off against the other.

Can Fulham finally sign Lewis Dunk and bring him to Craven Cottage or has the sudden declaration, as suggested by our source, of a Premier League club kyboshed our hopes?