Fulham have been linked with Huddersfield Town’s Belgian youth international and ex-Montpellier attacker Isaac Mbenza, according to French newspaper L’Équipe.

Mbenza played for Valenciennes, Standard Liège and Montpellier, where he made 54 appearances and scored 11 goals, before moving to Huddersfield in August 2018 on a season long loan, which became permanent for around £4m the following August. The former Belgium under-21 international has made 29 appearances for Town, scoring once in a 1-1 draw with Manchester United last May.

Mbenza has not played first team football since October 2019, but Huddersfield boss Danny Cowley says he has now resumed full training.