Fulham are in talks with former German international goalkeeper Timo Hildebrand reports the Daily Mail.
Hildebrand is a free agent following his release from German side Schalke at the end of last season.
The 35-year-old once held the record for not conceding a goal in the Bundesliga, which stood at 884 minutes during the 2003/04 season.
He began his career at Stuttgart and was made number one by now Fulham boss Felix Magath in 2000.
He left Stuttgart in 2007 and moved to Spain to sign for Valencia, after spending just one season in Spain he went back to Germany and signed for Hoffenheim.
In 2010 he moved to Portugal to sign for Sporting but failed to make an appearance for the club, an unsuccessful trial with Manchester City followed before he moved back to Germany to join Schalke.
Hildebrand has played over 300 games in his career, which includes seven caps for Germany.