According to a report from the Sun, newly promoted Fulham are interested in signing Manchester United youngster Dean Henderson, as Slaviša Jokanović looks to add further strength in depth to his goalkeeping options.
The Cottagers were mightily impressive in the Championship last season, but there is undoubtedly plenty of work to do this summer, if they are to enjoy a successful campaign in the Premier League this term.
With David Button's future at Fulham uncertain to say the least, the addition of an able bodied replacement who can act as Marcus Bettinelli's understudy will be an absolute must.
The Sun claims that Jokanović is a big fan of the 21-year-old United stopper, and is lining up a £1 million move for him, after he rejected terms on a new contract at Old Trafford.
Henderson spent last season on loan with League One side Shrewsbury Town, and really impressed with his agility and shot stopping ability.
The United youngster also plays with a certain kind of maturity that defies his tender years.
He would be a useful addition to the Fulham squad, and for the price of just £1 million, the west London outfit can't go wrong.