Fulham and Nottingham Forest could sign Stuttgart striker Serhou Guirassy for an ‘easy’ €17.5m fee in the January transfer window.

That’s according to BILD, who say the Premier League duo have been keeping an eye on the attacker ‘for a long time’ and can get him on the cheap if they so wish.

The newspaper reports that, according to their information, striker Guirassy, who has 15 goals in nine games this season, can leave for a €17.5m fee in January thanks to a clause in his current contract.

There are no shortage of interested parties in the player and a recent unsanctioned interview in which he looked ahead to the transfer window made it sound like he would be interested in a move.

Fulham and Nottingham Forest are among the suitors and know the striker ‘would like’ to move to the Premier League at some point in his career.

They’ve been keeping an eye on him ‘for a long time’ and the aforementioned transfer fee ‘would be easy’ for both clubs to cover. If one of them were to get serious about a deal, a transfer ‘is not unlikely’.

This is something those in charge at Stuttgart know and according to BILD’s information, they’ve been looking for a possible replacement for months should he leave.

It now remains to be seen if Fulham or Nottingham Forest now make their move for the goalscorer, who it seems is very much available on the cheap should they want him.