Fulham are one of three Championship clubs keeping a close eye on Osasuna striker Kenan Kodro with a view to making an offer this summer.
The Whites, Bristol City and newly-promoted Bolton Wanderers have all sent scouts to watch the Bosnian international forward, who has one-year left on his contract. Kodro, who can play as a main striker or on the wing, has been one of the few bright spots in a season which has seen Osasuna relegated from La Liga. The 23 year-old scored seven goals in 28 league appearances and was rewarded with a first international cap in March against Albania, where he set up Senad Lucic’s winner.
Kodro, who starred by scoring four goals in the play-offs as Osasuna won promotion back to the Spanish top flight in 2016, is reportedly keen on a move to England and would be available for a fee in the region of £1.5m. Slavisa Jokanovic is keen to add more attacking options to a squad light on conventional forwards, especially as Chris Martin is now expected to return to Derby County.