Fulham may be given a second shot at signing Sebastien Haller from Borussia Dortmund this summer, with a growing acceptance something needs to be done about the striker’s situation with the German club.

That’s according to BILD, who say the ‘very sad chapter’ that Haller has lived with the Bundesliga side could force an exit this summer.

They explain that Haller’s days in Dortmund are probably numbered as he is currently injured and has been forced into wearing a special shoe to try and solve the problem.

It’s the latest outbreak of bad luck for the striker, who is having a season to forget and is now dealing with a third ankle injury of the campaign, all in the same place.

Both he and the club are ‘dissatisfied’ with the situation and all signs are pointing towards a goodbye this summer as a result.

Dortmund are particularly keen to move him on as he earns €8m per year, making him one of the top earners, but has long since been overtaken by Niclas Füllkrug in Dortmund’s attacking plans.

Thus, it would be good to get him off the books and both Fulham and Besiktas tried to ‘make a move palatable’ for him in the January transfer window.

The hope is that they come calling again and a deal can be worked out so ‘a very sad chapter’ in the club’s history can be put into the rearview mirror.

There’s no mention of an asking price at this point, but it’s unlikely Dortmund would expect Fulham or anyone else to pay anything close to the €31m they paid Ajax two years ago.