Brentford manager Mark Warburton is in the frame for the Fulham hot seat as chairman Shahid Khan considers the future of Kit Symons, according to the Daily Mail.
The Cottagers have struggled to adapt to life in the Championship since relegation from the Premier League last season and have struggled for much of the campaign in the second tier.
Despite a good relationship with Symons, Khan is considering the future of the current Fulham boss and will give his new chief football officer Mike Rigg the power to choose the club’s next manager.
It has already been announced that Warburton is leaving Brentford once the season has finished despite the Bees being a surprising play-off contenders this campaign after winning promotion from League One last season.
His assistant David Weir is also leaving Griffin Park.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy is also a contender for the post so too West Ham manager Sam Allardyce, who is out of contract at Upton Park in the summer.