A whole host of updates surrounding ongoings at Premier League outfit Fulham have come to the fore on Sunday evening.
First up comes confirmation that head coach Marco Silva has come to the decision to stay put at Craven Cottage.
The subject of Silva’s future has of course taken its place front and centre in the headlines at Fulham over the course of the last couple of weeks.
This comes after Saudi giants Al Ahli tabled a lucrative €20 million-per-year contract to lure the Portuguese to Jeddah.
As confirmed by a host of sources on Sunday afternoon, though, Silva, in the end, has come to the decision to remain in west London.
Next on the agenda comes an allegedly imminent arrival at Craven Cottage.
The player set to link up with Fulham with a view to the 2023/24 campaign? Raul Jimenez.
Fresh off a disappointing campaign on the books of Premier League rivals Wolverhampton Wanderers, Jimenez, is it understood, is on the verge of a £5.5 million Cottagers switch.
As things stand, it remains unclear whether or not the Mexican international will act as a replacement or partner for Aleksandar Mitrovic, who is continuing to push for a move to Saudi Arabia with Al Hilal.
Turning attentions towards the defensive ranks in west London, discussions remain in full swing for a pair of reinforcements to Marco Silva’s backline, too.
As per transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, deals for both Southampton standout Mohammed Salisu and Ajax stopper Calvin Bassey to make the move to Fulham are very much ‘on’.