According to BBC Scotland, Fulham are keeping a close eye on two Scottish defenders: Celtic’s Mark Wilson and Hibernian’s Paul Hanlon.
Fulham scouts were at Celtic Park on Saturday watching both players as Celtic drew 0-0 with Hibs.
Right back Wilson, now aged 27, has spent five years at Celtic since signing from Dundee United for £500,000. The Scotland international, who won his only cap against Northern Ireland in the Nations Cup in February, can also play at left back or in the centre of defence. Wilson has had to battle with Cha Du-Ri and Adam Matthews for a place in the Celtic starting line-up this season, making ten appearances to date. His contract at Celtic Park expires next summer.
Edinburgh-born Hanlon is a product of the successful Hibernian youth set-up having made his debut during the 2007-08 season. The 21 year-old has gradually established himself in the Hibs side after a serious of strong performances and won the club’s player of the year award last season. Hanlon, who has 16 Scottish under-21 caps to his name, has made 16 appearances for the club so far this season. He signed a two year contract extension with Hibs in May.