Fulham are yet to make an offer for VfB Stuttgart forward Silas, but a deal is there to be done as the German side need the cash from a sale.

That’s according to Sky Germany, who follow up a report from earlier today on a potential Fulham revival for the forward.

They were linked with a move for Silas at the end of the January transfer window, submitting a bid on deadline day as they looked to bolster Marco Silva’s squad late on.

Their offer was rejected as Stuttgart didn’t want to sell late in the window, but a report earlier today indicated a deal could be revived as Fulham’s interest remained.

That report stated that Stuttgart were open to a sale for €15-20m and Sky back that up, reporting that Marco Silva’s side ‘continue to dig’ at the player.

They say a change in the summer is definitely possible as Stuttgart need to raise funds to sign the likes of Deniz Undav and Alexander Nübel, who are among their top performers this season but only on loan at the club.

They need to ‘spend a lot of money’ to secure those signings, money they don’t currently have, and so some of the funds could come from selling Silas to Fulham.

They’re not willing to give up the player for any price and would be willing to talk for €15-20m, although neither Fulham, or any other suitors, have offered that or made any bid as yet.