According to FLW sources, Fulham are considering a bid for Huddersfield Town midfielder Oliver Norwood.
The 23 year-old joined the Terriers from Manchester United two seasons ago after impressing on loan with Coventry City.
Since then, Norwood has made 78 league appearances for Huddersfield, scoring eight goals.
The midfielder has already been linked with a move to Celtic this summer and it appears that the playmaker is set for a move away from Mark Robins’ Huddersfield outfit.
The Northern Ireland international is viewed by Felix Magath as an option to add depth to the Cottagers’ midfield in addition to Scott Parker and Chris David.
It has been reported that it would take a fee of just over £1 million to lure the central midfielder away from the John Smith’s Stadium. With Fulham recently selling winger Ashkan Dejagah to Qatar, they could be willing to match Huddersfield’s valuation of Norwood.