Fulham are one of a number of clubs linked with a move for the IFK Göteborg forward Tobias Hysen.

Hysen, the son of former Liverpool defender Glenn, has been attracting interest after enjoying a fine season for Göteborg so far, scoring eight goals in ten appearances. Having returned to his homeland after a disappointing spell at Sunderland, Hysen has firmly established himself as one of the Allsvenskan’s top performances. He scored 18 goals in 2009 season and is able to play either as a left winger or a centre forward.

Fulham have a track record of signing Scandinavian talent in the past few years with the likes of David Elm, Fredrik Stoor and Bjorn-Helge Riise all making the move to Craven Cottage, although none of these were able to make a serious first-team impression. The Talksport article suggests that Mark Hughes is monitoring Hysen closely, but also adds that Ajax and Anderlecht are also interested.