Premier League duo Swansea City and Stoke City are both interested in Fulham right-back Ryan Fredericks, according to the Daily Mail.
The Championship side reportedly value him at £3 million and his contract expires at the end of the season which makes a move away likely as they will not want to lose him for free.
There is no surprise that Fredericks is being linked with Premier League clubs. He has been a very consistent player for Fulham over the past season or so and is an important player in the way they play with their attacking full-backs. They will therefore not want to lose him this January.
Swansea City have recently appointed former Sheffield Wednesday boss Carlos Carvalhal and he needs a full-back so could move for the man he knows well from managing in the Championship.
Stoke City, on the other hand, have sacked their manager Mark Hughes and find themselves in a rut and slipping towards the relegation zone. They will see Fredericks as a potential signing who would bolster their defensive ranks.
Fredericks, 25, started his career with Tottenham Hotspur but never really broke into their first-team. He got first-team experience during loan spells at Millwall, Middlesbrough and Brentford as a youngster. He made his move away from Spurs on a permanent basis when he signed for Bristol City in 2015.
However, he left Bristol City only a matter of weeks later due to personal reasons and he made the switch to Fulham. He has not looked back since and he is now a man in demand.