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Fulham are in advanced negotiations with Huddersfield Town over a loan move for Terence Kongolo, according to Sky Sports.

The Dutch defender has fallen out of favour with Terriers’ boss Danny Cowley and, having not featured in the first team since November, is ready to seek first-team football elsewhere. Huddersfield are willing to allow him to leave and Fulham view the 25 year-old as a potential asset in their promotion push following his strong performances in the Premier League and previous pedigree as a member of the Holland squad that finished third at the World Cup in 2014.

Kongolo, who has made eleven appearances for Huddersfield this season, would become Fulham’s second defensive addition following the registration of Chelsea defender Michael Hector.