Sky Sports reports that Fulham are keeping a close eye on Bristol City winger Albert Adomah.
Several Premier League clubs have been alerted to Adomah’s outstanding Championship displays over the last month, despite City insisting that they have no desire to sell their best players in the January transfer window. While Nicky Maynard, long rumoured to be a Fulham target, is out of contract at the end of season, Adomah signed a three-year deal at the end of the last campaign, meaning any interested parties would have to table a big bid to interest City in selling.
Sky believe that Fulham may make an official offer once the window reopens but also report that Aston Villa, Sunderland, Bolton Wanderers, Everton, Sunderland and Stoke City have all had Adomah watched. The 23 year-old, who won his first cap for Ghana against Brazil at Craven Cottage in September, has scored five goals in 21 appearances for City this season. He scored ten times in 67 appearances since joining City from Barnet for a tribunal-mandated £150,000 in July 2007.