According to a French newspaper, Fulham has emerged as a prospective destination for Eric Bailly, the defender who is looking to leave Manchester United.
The Ivorian, whose future is undoubtedly outside of Old Trafford, is currently being linked with a move to the Cottagers.
The 29-year-old and the 20-time English champions have agreed on a free exit, according to Fabrice Hawkins of RMC Sports.
As a result, anyone attempting to obtain Bailly’s signature won’t be charged by Erik ten Hag’s team.
The parties’ agreement may finally enable the Ivory Coast international to move on and secure regular playing time somewhere.
He would have the possibility to continue playing at the greatest level while working with Marco Silva, a renowned manager.
Additionally, Saudi Arabia and Turkey are candidates for Bailly.
Al-Nassr were rumored to be interested in reuniting the United player with Cristiano Ronaldo, but the deal fell through when they decided to pursue Aymeric Laporte of Manchester City instead.