Fulham are one of three Premier League sides keen on signing Barnsley midfielder Callum Styles, who came on as a substitute in Hungary’s win over England this weekend, according to the Daily Mirror.

Styles, who qualifies for Hungary through his grandmother, came through Bury’s youth set up before joining Barnsley for £500,000 in 2018. He has made more than a hundred league appearances for the Tykes, memorably scoring at Brentford on the final night of the 2020 Championship season. Although Barnsley went down last term, the 22 year-old was one of the division’s most consistent midfielders, scoring three goals in 43 league matches, and his versatility – able to operate on the left side of midfield, in the middle or in advanced number ten role – has sparked serious interest in his services.

The Mirror, in a wide-ranging interview by John Cross, claims that Fulham will have to battle fellow newly-promoted sides Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest for the Middleton-born midfielder’s services. Styles, who admits to being desperate to play at the highest level possible, looks likely to be on the move this summer – although Barnsley will demand a substantial fee for his services.