Casasola left Fulham in the summer of 2015 to join AS Roma.
Italian outlet CalcioMercato have claimed that Premier League side Fulham have seen a £1.1million bid rejected for Salernitana utility man Tiago Casasola – four years after he left Craven Cottage.
Casasola, 23, has been in excellent form for the second-tier Italian side, playing in a number of positions and scoring four goals in 16 Serie B appearances.
Naturally a centre-back, the nine-time Argentine Under-20 international has also been seen on the left and right side of defence – as well as playing the majority of this season’s games on the right of midfield.
His 6ft 2in frame does not prevent Casasola from boasting plenty of technique and speed, and that allows him to play on the flank as well as proving dominant in the air.
Fulham signed Casasola in the summer of 2015 for a fee of £1million from Argentine side Boca Juniors, but he failed to make a single appearance and Roma landed the defender on a free transfer just a year later.
Now, he could be set for a sensational return to Craven Cottage with Claudio Ranieri’s knowledge of Italian football likely to be behind the potential signing. Casasola has 18 months remaining on his current contract.