Andre Zambo Anguissa's Marseille teammate Bouna Sarr has seemingly confirmed the defender's exit as Fulham reportedly close in on a move to land the 22-year-old.
Sky Sports claim Fulham are looking to land the defensive midfielder on deadline day, as the window enters it's final five hours. The Daily Mail claim a move will cost Fulham £25million.
Anguissa was one of the first names on the Marseille team sheet last season, missing just one Ligue 1 outing for the French outfit and helped them reach the Europa League final - where they eventually lost to Atletico Madrid.
Anguissa's teammate posted on his Instagram story "Good luck, we will miss you bro. Arrived as a youngster, leaving as a man," suggesting Fulham are set to complete a move for the midfielder.
Breaking | Marseille team-mate Bouna Sarr appears to confirm the departure of André Frank Zambo Anguissa via Instagram story: "We will miss you brother. Arrived as a youngster, leaving as a man." pic.twitter.com/cZ1Xkdj6dQ— Get French Football News (@GFFN) August 9, 2018
Fulham have had an excellent transfer window, confirming big-money moves for the likes of Aleksandar Mitrovic, Jean Michael Seri and Alfie Mawson, as well as signing Calum Chambers, Andre Schurrle, Fabri and Maxime Le Marchand.
Slavisa Jokanovic now looks set to add Anguissa to that list, in what has been an impressive summer for the newly-promoted Premier League outfit.