Fulham striker Marcello Trotta is preparing for showdown talks with current manager Felix Magath according to the Fulham Chronicle.
The 21-year old Italian U21 international spent this past season on loan to League One club Brentford and was in fine form having played 37 league games whilst scoring 13 times in their successful promotion campaign.
The striker has impressed many of his critics this season despite not being in such a prolific form as he has been influential in his style of play and the build up he provides in the matches he plays in.
As Fulham have recently been relegated a number of older, more experienced players are facing the axe and the London club are looking to youth for the future. Trotta is seen by many fans as that final piece in the jigsaw for the Fulham youth program but it is yet unknown as to whether he will stay at the club next season.
The Italian is set to hold showdown talks with manager Felix Magath next week to discuss where his future lies. It is understood though, Brentford are keen for the permanent signature of the young forward and are ready to bring him into the club for his third spell at Griffin Park.
Brentford currently lead the chase for the striker and he is pondering over moves to clubs in England, moves abroad and a stay at his parent club, Fulham.