Manchester City are believed to be tracking the progress of Fulham youngster Cody Drameh according to The Mirror.
The report claims that the Cottagers youngster has previously attracted interest from the likes of Liverpool and Leeds United, although a move to either club is yet to materialise.
It is reported that Manchester City are keen to boost their home frown quota, which could involve loaning Drameh out to clubs to further his experience in senior football.
The 18-year-old is yet to make a senior appearance for Scott Parker’s first team, but will be hoping he can have his long-term future resolved at the earliest of opportunities.
Fulham are currently sat third in the Championship table, and will be hoping they can keep the pressure on both West Brom and Leeds United when competitive action gets back underway.
The Cottagers have shown promising signs in their first season back in the second tier, but know that they need to put together a positive run of results in their final nine matches of the season if they’re to stand a chance in winning promotion via the top-two.
It’s seemingly going to be an interesting summer transfer window ahead at Craven Cottage, as Fulham look to keep hold of Drameh, who certainly won’t be short of offers.
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I think Fulham will be fighting a losing battle to keep Drameh at the club.
He’s clearly caught the eye with some impressive performances for Fulham’s Under-23s team in recent years, and you don’t attract interest from the likes of Manchester City by chance.
He’s a player with a bright future ahead of him it seems, and I think Fulham should look at trying to get him back on loan ahead of next season, as he could have a part to play for their first team.