In their search for a new midfielder, Napoli have cast their eye on the English market, where a few teams could be willing to part with some players, including Fulham.

The player the Serie A side have looked is Sasa Lukic, who was signed by the Craven Cottage side just a year about for a fee of just under €10m.

Unfortunately for the Serbia international, he has never really managed to fully convince Marco Silva at Fulham, leaving him with just a few minutes here and there, as Corriere dello Sport report the latest on Napoli’s transfer plans.

They explain that while the likes of Boubakary Soumaré (on loan from Leicester at Sevilla) and Orel Mangala are target, there is also the Whites midfielder as a possibility.

The newspaper state the player is ‘getting bored’ at Craven Cottage, where he only has 392 minutes of Premier League football to his name this season.

Because of this, he ‘would like to return’ to Italy, where he enjoyed himself, to experience ‘more excitement’ than he is currently getting at Fulham.

How much he would cost isn’t stated in this particular article, but previous reports have suggested the Premier League club would want to recoup their initial investment to part ways with what clearly is a depth option in their squad.