Of all the big money signings to arrive at Fulham last summer, few disappointed as much as Andre Zambo Anguissa.

The midfielder arrived at the club for a fee close to £25m and was supposed to play a crucial role in keeping Fulham up.

Instead, he wasn’t able to impress, and the Cottagers returned to the Championship at the first time of asking.

They’ll now be looking to offload some of their expensive flops and Anguissa could be one of the first to go.

France Football are reporting that, despite a disappointing campaign, Anguissa is ‘a priority’ for La Liga side Villarreal.

The Spanish club aren’t looking for a permanent deal, though, and would much prefer to take the Cameroon midfielder on loan for the season.

Whether Fulham would entertain such a bid isn’t mentioned, although FF do say that they are keen to move Anguissa on. Given his likely high wages, which they’ll want off the books in the Championship, they may be tempted to accept such a deal.

If they aren’t, Villarreal have another option lined up with Bordeaux midfielder Younousse Sankharé the alternative for them.