The Danish under-21 captain looks a top talent.
Cottagers fans will be hoping to finish a lot higher up the Championship table next term and in order to do so they will want to keep some of their most talented players.
One such player is Danish talent Lasse Vigen Christensen.
Signed from FC Midtjylland in 2012 the 21-year-old is currently the Danish under-21 international captain and is a promising figure at Craven Cottage.
His agent Gulli Tomasson has now been discussing his future to the press in Denmark and has suggested that Christensen wants to stay at Fulham and is looking to extend his contract. Bold are reporting his agent as stating:
“Fulham would like to extend. Lasse feels really good at the club and he is happy to be there.
“Both sides hope to sort it out, and if that happens, Lasse would like a new Fulham contract.”
The same report does however state that an initial contract offer from Fulham has been rejected by the player – but hopes are high that a deal can be reached.
Christensen has played 27 times for Fulham this season and is considered a big part of their future. His current contract expires in the summer of 2017 and Fulham are clearly not keen on him entering the final year of his deal at the club.