Fulham are willing to listen to offers for wantaway striker Marcello Trotta.
The Italy U21 international slapped in a transfer request last week in a bid to force a move, with his contract at Craven Cottage approaching the final 12 months and no extension on the table.
Trotta has made just three substitute appearances for the Whites, spending most of his time out on loan at west London rivals Brentford.
The Bees are among five clubs who are monitoring his situation closely, but are yet to make a formal bid for the 21-year-old.
Brentford enquired about Trotta’s availability last month, but were told by Fulham he was not for sale, with new boss Felix Magath keen to cast his eye over the youngster during pre-season.
However, the Cottagers are ready to sell the former Napoli frontman after he submitted a transfer request.