Sky Sports understands that representatives of Fulham striker Moussa Dembele are discussing potential moves to both Wolfsburg and Monaco. The 19-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season and is free to talk to clubs now regarding a move once that deal expires.
The former Paris St-Germain youngster has been targeted by several clubs over the course of the season. His pace, trickery and clear ability to find the back of the net are just some of the many qualities that he possesses. Although many Premier League clubs are hoping to sign him, it would appear that there is a serious chance that he may be playing abroad next season.
Recently appointed Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic recently said that he didn’t want to lose any of his key players this January. Whilst that should be the case for this month, it looks as though it will be a completely different matter come this summer. Dembele’s agent, Mamadi Fofano, told Sky Sports that whilst they won’t discuss transfer speculation in public, sources suggest a move is definitely on the cards,
“We will not discuss Moussa’s situation publicly out of respect for Fulham. Moussa is just focussed on finishing the season with Fulham.”
He will certainly be needed to finish the season with Fulham and to start producing the goods needed to pull them away from the relegation zone. It is almost unthinkable that Fulham could drop into League One, but Jokanovic should at least have Dembele, in addition to some loan signings, to help them move away from the relegation places.