Two days ago, we carried a report from La Repubblica, who stated that Lazio goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha ‘seems willing’ to accept Fulham’s proposal.

The 27-year-old has less than two months left on his contract with the Serie A side and as it stands he is set to leave them as a free agent.

Fulham’s interest in the keeper is discussed by TuttoMercatoweb, who say he ‘will leave Lazio on a free transfer’.

It’s claimed the Albania international is ‘negotiating with Fulham’ to make a switch to Craven Cottage.

However, there are ‘problems related’ to the bonus payments in the potential transfer to the English club. Fulham are of the belief Strakosha’s demands are ‘too high’.

Despite these problems, TMW state the two parties will return to the table in the ‘next few days’ to sort it out so that they can ‘try to get to the white smoke’ for the Albania’s move to Fulham.

Marco Silva’s side have achieved promotion to the Premier League after finishing top of the Championship table this season, meaning their transfer targets a little higher quality than they would have otherwise been.