Fulham are keen to resurrect their interest in Austria Vienna midfielder Sebastian Mila, according to a report in the Independent this morning.
Cottagers’ boss Chris Coleman is keen to add new bodies to his midfield during what seems set to be an expansive overhaul of his squad. Mila is a long-term target whom Fulham missed out on when the Polish international moved from Dyskobolia Grodzisk to Vienna but the Whites have kept monitoring the playmaker’s progression and believe he would be a good fit for Coleman’s tactical plans.
It remains to be seen whether the Austrian outfit would countenance selling one of their key players, but an offer of around £3m would be considered attractive. Coleman will be also be working hard to keep hold of his main stars this summer, with other Premier League sides mulling moves for the likes of Steed Malbranque, Luis Boa Morte and Papa Bouba Diop.