Fulham midfielder Steve Sidwell is a transfer target for Premier League clubs Stoke City and West Ham United according to the Daily Mail.
The Fulham midfield maestro is out of contract in the summer and it is believed that West Ham and Stoke City are ready to offer a stay in the Premiership for the 31-year old.
The former Arsenal and Chelsea midfielder joined Fulham on a free transfer following his release from Aston Villa in 2011 and has been at the club ever since. He has gone on to make 107 appearances in all competitions and he has scored 15 goals during his Fulham stay.
This past season was statistically his best season having played 38 league games, scoring seven-league goals and making four assists. Despite having one of the best seasons in his career he was unable to save the club from the abyss of the Premier League drop.
Fulham will be hoping that such an experienced player will stay on at the club but that is unlikely due to their relegation into the Championship.
I am led to believe from various sources that his preferred choice would be a move to Stoke City despite the speculated wage increase West Ham are offering him.