Fulham are facing competition for Atletico Madrid defender Çaglar Söyüncü, with Porto also in the mix for him.

That’s according to A Bola, who say the ‘track remains activated’ to the Turkish defender despite him being approached in the last few hours by Fenerbahce.

The newspaper explains that the Turkish side’s football director, Selahattin Baki, travelled to Madrid to try to find an agreement for Söyüncü, only to discover he’s not keen on a return to his homeland as yet.

He’s instead looking for a more competitive league and project after failing to settle at the Wanda Metropolitano and FC Porto, Fulham and Roma are all ‘open possibilities’ for him.

Of those three it appears to be Porto who are pushing the most, with A Bola explaining they are working out how to facilitate a loan deal for the defender and already making enquiries both with the player’s agent and Atletico Madrid on that front.

Thus, Fulham may need to step up their efforts if they want to bring him back to the Premier League this month.

Several reports have already linked them with a move, with the last, yesterday, stating that Fulham are tempting him back to England.