Fulham are tracking West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard, according to The Times (via Birmingham Mail).
The Championship strugglers are currently under a transfer embargo and will only be able to sign the goalkeeper on a loan deal.
The Danish shot stopper joined West Brom from Manchester United for a free transfer in the summer of 2015, but has found first-team opportunities very limited.
The 31-year-old has struggled for playing time with the Baggies, with Tony Pulis preferring to use Ben Foster and Boaz Myhill throughout his time at the club.
Lindegaard has only featured once this season in their 3-0 defeat to Norwich City in the League Cup, and if he joined Slavisa Jokanovic’s team, he would provide competition for Fulham’s first choice goalkeeper Andy Lonergan.
Lonergan rescued a point for the West London side at the weekend after pulling off a double save, in the final moments of their 1-1 draw with Huddersfield Town at the John Smiths Stadium.
Fulham currently occupy 19th place in the Sky Bet Championship, just four points away from the bottom three.
If Lindegaard makes the temporary switch to Craven Cottage, he would be expected to feature far more often than he has in the past few years.
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