Moussa Dembélé has attracted interest from Everton and Spurs, according to Sky sources.

The U20 French international has impressed greatly this season, carrying his side with an impressive 10 goals in 24 appearances.

Dembélé moved to Fulham as a 16-year-old, costing The Cottagers a hefty fee of £250,000, although it has certainly paid off. The striker is out of contract in the summer, but Fulham have expressed very little interest in selling Dembélé in the coming transfer window. 

It has been revealed that he was offered a 4-year contract extension, but is very unlikely to put pen to paper with the West London outfit.

Fulham will receive compensation from which ever club Dembélé ends up choosing to sign for, seeing as he does count as a home grown player.

Dembélé was left out of the squad when his fellow teammates thumped their struggling counterparts, Rotherham, 4-1 on Tuesday, but is expected to be ready for the visit of Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.