Huddersfield Town’s Terence Kongolo is set to complete a move to Fulham before Friday’s domestic deadline, if reports coming out of the Dutch press are to be believed.
The Terriers allowed the 26-year-old to spend the second half of the last season on loan with the Cottagers.
He made only two appearances in all competitions for Fulham as injuries forced him to spend more time away from the pitch.
Despite the defender’s recent injury woes, the Premier League side are still looking to sign him again, this time on a permanent deal. That’s what Algemeen Dagblad are reporting today.
It’s claimed the Netherlands international has ‘passed his medical’ test, ‘with some delay’ and will sign a four-year contract at Craven Cottage.
AZ Alkmaar also showed interest in the former Feyenoord man, but the player has turned down the chance to return to his homeland in favour of playing in the top flight club competition in England.
Kongolo can operate as a centre-back or a left-back, but Scott Parker only used him as a central defender at Fulham last season.