Fulham are interested in signing Danish winger Jacob Bruun Larsen, according to the Sun reporter Alan Nixon.

The Hoffenheim winger, who scored seven goals in 37 appearances for relegated Burnley last season, is available for around £6m from the German side this summer. Brunn Larsen, who broke into the Borussia Dortmund first team after moving from Lyngby, has won six senior caps for Denmark and has been included in their Euro 2024 squad.

The 25 year-old caught the eye in Burnley’s victory at Craven Cottage last December and has been on Fulham’s radar for some time. He would provide an option on either flank as well as a number ten for Marco Silva and, despite Burnley’s attempts to try and convert the loan into a permanent deal, would be keen to remain in the Premier League.