Charlton Athletic winger Callum Harriott is attracting interest from a number of Championships clubs, according to South London Today.
Harriott was sent out on loan by previous manager Guy Luzon and he has impressed at Sky Bet League One side Colchester United, scoring five times in sixteen league appearances.
He is due to return to The Valley in January but with his contract expiring in the summer, the Addicks may be forced into selling the 21-year-old in January.
Fulham were one of the Championship clubs interested earlier this season but that is before previous manager Kit Symons was dismissed.
The club’s interim head coach Karel Fraeye is likely to want to assess Harriott, before deciding on his future after he was written off by his predecessor.
Charlton are currently 22nd in the Championship but it is only their goal difference that is keeping them in the relegation zone, as Bristol City and MK Dons both have 15 points.
The London outfit face a tough match against Steve Evans’ Leeds United at the Valley on Saturday, with the Addicks arguably needing the three points more.
Charlton fans…What do you make of the news? Would you like to see Harriott back in the first team? Has he earned another chance at The Valley? Let us know what you think in the comments below!