Ipswich Town defender Aaron Cresswell is a target for Fulham, according to website ClubCall.
The left-back, who has made 22 appearances for the Tractor Boys this season, has been attracting Premier League scouts to Portman Road with the likes of Newcastle United, West Bromwich Albion and Southampton being linked with the former Tranmere Rovers player.
The Liverpool-born defender was linked with also linked with a move to Everton but the rumour is the Goodison Park side has distanced themselves due to the £4million price tag that Ipswich have put on the 24-year old.
It is suggested Fulham would not be willing to pay the £4million price tag but do remain interested in Cresswell.
Cresswell started his career at Tranmere Rovers coming through the club’s academy, making is his professional debut in November 2008. He stayed with the club for three years making 70 appearances scoring 5 goals before leaving for Ipswich Town in the summer of 2011 signing a three year contract.
The left-back won the Supporters Player of The Year Award in his first season at Ipswich Town and was ever-present for The Tractor Boys last season.