Fulham are planning to try and bring Crystal Palace youngster Victor Moses to Craven Cottage in the summer.

Moses, who perhaps would be a long-term solution to our longstanding left-wing problem, is highly rated at Selhurst Park having progressed through the youth teams to great acclaim and broken into Neil Warnock’s first team last year.

Steve Kember, now a Fulham scout, knows Moses well having coached him at school and also during his time as Palace manager. Moses, who is already an England youth international, scored against Swansea yesterday and you can bet that the Eagles will fight tooth and nail to keep hold of him. Plenty of people in football feel they were ripped off after a tribunal ruled that Spurs should pay just £700,000 for Palace youth product John Bostock.