Joachim Andersen has impressed for Fulham since arriving at Craven Cottage on a loan deal from Lyon late in the last summer window.
The defender was hopeful his time with the Cottagers would result in “lots of opportunities” from elsewhere.
That has happened now as Manchester United have come forward, according to BT in Denmark. His performances for Fulham has aroused ‘strong interest’ from big clubs.
It’s claimed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are ‘more than interested’ in the centre-back and the interest from the Old Trafford club in the player is ‘massive’.
The Denmark international has a contract until 2024 with the Ligue 1 side, but he ‘hardly has a future’ at Lyon.
Andersen shares a close relationship with his manager Scott Parker and therefore, BT add he wouldn’t be reluctant to extending his stay at Fulham, provided they avoid relegation this season.
The London club are 18th in the table, six points behind 17th placed Newcastle United, who have a game in hand.