Fulham are close to completing three deals, according to Sky Sports News this morning.

The Londoners are finalising the paperwork with Paris Saint-Germain to bring in goalkeeper Alphonse Areola. Fulham know that they are several other Premier League clubs interested in signing the French international and are looking to conclude this deal as soon as possible. Marcus Bettinelli, who spent the second half of last season as understudy to Marek Rodak, has travelled to Teesside to undergo a medical ahead of a proposed season-long loan to Middlesbrough.

Fulham have also agreed a fee with Lyon for Dutch international right back Kenny Tete. The former Ajax defender passed a medical yesterday, according to reports in both France and Holland, and the deal is close to completion. The Whites are still set to sign former Chelsea defender Ola Aina on loan from Torino and that deal will include an option to buy, rumoured to be in the region of £11m.

Sky Sports suggests that Fulham are confident of finalising all three incoming transfers before the start of the new season against Arsenal on Saturday.