Fulham join Ben Brereton Diaz transfer race but face competition from FOUR Premier League rivals for Blackburn star

FULHAM have entered the race to signal Blackburn Rovers striker Ben Brereton Diaz.

Blackburn final night time rejected an opening £8.4million offer from French club Nice as they maintain out for a a lot bigger preliminary charge.

Diaz is being tracked by a variety of golf equipment together with FulhamGetty

Diaz, 23, has only one yr left on his contract and has garnered loads of curiosity in Europe, with a number of Spanish golf equipment additionally monitoring his progress.

Fulham are one in all a variety of Prem golf equipment eager on the previous Nottingham Forest man.

Everton, Bournemouth and Leeds United have all registered curiosity whereas West Ham are long run admirers.

Cottagers boss Marco Silva is in want of additional funding after summer time signing Manor Solomon was dominated out till after the World Cup following a knee damage and surgical procedure.


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Given his contract scenario, ought to the Chile worldwide not go away this month he can negotiate with golf equipment overseas from January and go away for nothing on the finish of the season.

Rovers, nevertheless, have a must promote earlier than the summer time window closes.

The Championship membership have the bottom switch price range within the division.

Chiefs at Ewood Park might be tempted by an preliminary provide of £12-15million earlier than add-ons.


Two objectives in three video games so removed from Diaz might nicely have aided their trigger in demanding a better charge.

Fulham are additionally near agreeing a deal to signal Justin Kluivert, son of Dutch legend Patrick, from Roma.

The west Londoners have already made seven signings since their promotion from the Championship, having added Solomon, Joao Palhinha, Issa Diop, Andreas Pereira, Kevin Mbabu, Bernd Leno and Shane Duffy.