Crystal Palace midfielder Luka Milovojevic is a transfer target for newly promoted Premier League side Fulham as per the latest reports in the UK (United Kingdom) media. Fulham secured an instant return to the Premier League after winning the English Championship. The Cottagers spent just one season in the Championship on the back of their relegation from the Premier League in 2021. Fulham saw off the threat of teams such as Bournemouth, Huddersfield Town and Nottingham Forest to seal the first automatic spot for Premier League promotion.
Fulham have wrapped up the English Championship title after thumping Luton Town 7-0 at home when the two teams met earlier this week. Serbian international AleksandarMitrovic scored twice in the second half to lead Fulham to the emphatic victory at the expense of a Luton Town team who have punched above their weight in the Championship this season by closing in on a playoff spot ahead of the final day of the regular season in the division.
Fulham have already sealed their return to the Premier League at the first time of asking thanks to the managerial input of Portuguese tactician Marco Silva and they have the English Championship title in their sights ahead of their final four games.
Former Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli is gradually returning to the spotlight - his favorite spot - and you love to see it. The former AC Milan striker made headlines two weeks ago after it emerged that the controversial star has been recalled to the Italy national team by head coach Roberto Mancini after a long time away. This week, it has been reported that he is currently attracting interest from English Campionship table-toppers Fulham, who have expressed a desire in taking him to Craven Cottage in the summer. This is according to Turkish publication Star.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp identified Fulham wonderkid Fabio Carvalho as a hugely potential signing for the Reds during the January winter transfer window but all the club's efforts to sign the youngster proved to be abortive as he remained at the London club after the closure of the transfer window. Liverpool opened negotiations with the London club over a transfer for the teenager and talks between the two clubs progressed smoothly
However, the only hitch in the negotiations was that both clubs failed to complete the paperwork on time before the deadline. Failure to wrap up the paperwork proceedings on time meant that Carvalho would miss out on the move to Anfield and remained at Fulham instead.
Premier League promotion chasers Fulham are through to the fourth round of this season's FA Cup after they saw off Bristol City away from home. In the battle of two teams from the English Championship, Fulham needed extra time to progress into the next round thanks to a 1-0 scoreline.
Fulham are the leading team in the English Championship at the moment and they are in a fantastic position to return to the Premier League next season. The Cottagers were one of three teams demoted from the Premier League last season alongside Sheffield United and West Brom.
Fulham have been dealt a big blow following the news that young attacker Fabio Carvalho has turned down the offer of a new contract from the club. This is according to English journalist Tom Barclays who said that the Fulhamplayer has rejected the Cottagers' latest attempts to tie his long-term future down at the club.
Fulham have dropped down on the English Championship table after the big defeat suffered at the hands of Coventry City in their last game in the competition. The Cottagers were on the receiving end of a 4-1 thrashing at the hands of the Sky Blues. Fulham were convincingly beaten by their hosts.
English Championship leaders Fulham are the form team in the division after they took their winning run to four games with an emphatic win over Stoke City. Fulham thrashed the Potters 3-0 at home to make it four consecutive wins in the Championship. The Cottagers have won all their games in the league since the opening weekend of the new season as they attempt to secure an instant return to the Premier League.