Manchester City and Wolverhampton Wanderers face competition for Fulham defender Antonee Robinson from Ligue 1 side Bordeaux.
According to RMC Sport, the French club are monitoring the USMNT international. Robinson was a standout for the Cottagers last season as the west London side were relegated back down to the Championship.
The report further states that Bordeaux have made a loan offer for the left-back which includes an option to make the deal permanent at the end of next summer.
However, Robinson’s wage is proving to be a sticking point for the Gironde-based club.
Indeed, as reported by the Sun, Man City and Wolves are also keen on the former Wigan defender. As per the report, Fulham will accept £10m for the 23-year-old fullback.
Robinson is currently with Fulham as they embark pre-season under new manager Marco Silva.
Bordeaux could be a good move for Robinson
The London side are constructing an exciting team ahead of the Championship campaign. The likes of Harry Wilson and Paulo Gazzaniga have joined the club this summer.
Whilst Fulham are in no rush to sell Robinson, an offer from Bordeaux might be a tempting one for the American international.
As well as playing in a top-flight division, Bordeaux has proven to be a good destination in recent years for young players looking to play regular first-team football.
The likes of Yacine Adli and Amadou Traore were often in the XI for the French club.
Indeed, Bordeaux could be a good destination for Robinson. Yet with Manchester City and Wolves seemingly still interested in the defender, the former Everton academy product will have to weigh up his options this summer regarding his future.