The hinges on the summer transfer window are starting to creak, in a matter of hours it will slam shut.
As is the norm at this time of the year, we’re expecting a plethora of wheeling and dealing to take place as clubs fight to make the last adjustments to their squads.
Here at Vital Fulham, we’ve watched on as our club has fared remarkably well in the window, bringing in seven signings that should serve us well in our return to the Premier League.
But, with the window so close to slamming shut, can we expect any more deals to be completed?
Well, according to the popular tabloid publication, the Mirror, Fulham are taking a keen interest in bringing the Swansea City striker, Jordan Ayew, to West London.
Ayew, 26-years-of-age, is currently in some sort of stand-off with Swansea and is refusing to train until he gets a move.
However, Fulham are not the only Premier League club interested in the player with our source suggesting Roy Hodgson, over at Crystal Palace, is also interested in acquiring the services of the striker.
Now whether Jordan Ayew has aspirations of joining his former team-mate, Alfie Mawson, at Craven Cottage, only time will tell but any potential acquisition of the player could give our striking options some added depth which can only be beneficial when there is a long competitive season ahead of us. Although we should point out we’re not impressed with his current stance of refusing to train with the Championship side.
Here at Vital Fulham we’ll keep a watchful eye out for any developments and report back as deemed necessary.