Munas Dabbur will leave Austrian Bundesliga outfit Red Bull Salzburg with Premier League pair Liverpool and Fulham reportedly interested.
Munas Dabbur might not be a household name, but he deserves to be mentioned alongside Robert Lewandowski, Sergio Aguero and co when discussing the most in-form attackers in European football.
The Israel international scored 29 goals last season to inspire Red Bull Salzburg to the Austrian Bundesliga title, not to mention the semi-finals of the Europa League.
And he is comfortably on track to beat that tally, netting 20 times already in just 30 games across the 2018/19 campaign.
Although it seems that Dabbur feels he is ready to fly the nest.
As reported by Estadio Deportivo, the 26-year-old has announced his intention to leave Salzburg this month and it is understood that he has interest from Spain and England.
The report claims that Valencia are interested, although Liverpool and Fulham would allegedly be interested in bringing Dabbur to the Premier League.
A shock move to Anfield would see the former Grasshopper attacker compete for a place in Jurgen Klopp’s star-studded attack, while Fulham are crying out for a striker capable of taking the pressure off Aleksandar Mitrovic.
It remains to be seen whether Dabbur can make the step up from the Austrian first division.