Fulham midfielder Stefan Johansen is having a medical at Queens Park Rangers ahead of a proposed permanent move, according to reports this morning.
The two London clubs have been in prolonged negotiations over the summer following the Norwegian midfielder’s successful loan spell in Shepherd’s Bush in the second half of last season. The talks were interrupted by the departure of Scott Parker as Fulham boss and the appointment of Marco Silva as his successor, but it is believed that an agreement has now been reached over the fee for the 30 year-old.
Johansen was one of Mark Warburton’s top summer transfer targets after making a real impression on loan with Queens Park Rangers, scoring four goals in 21 appearances as the R’s finished the season strongly. Johansen will leave Craven Cottage after five years with the Whites, making 136 appearances and scoring 21 goals as part of two Championship promotion-winning sides.