Roma’s Justin Kluivert has agreed personal terms with Fulham and is close to joining the English club in a loan-to-buy deal.
Roma have been looking to move Kluivert on this summer and Fulham and Marseille have both been interested in taking him off their hands.
The French club have reportedly been in contact with his entourage this week, but it now looks more likely that he’ll join Fulham instead.
According to Fabrizio Romano, the Dutchman has agreed personal terms with the London-based side and wants to sign for them as soon as possible, seemingly preferring a move there than to Marseille.
They’ve yet to have an offer accepted by Roma but Romano states that negotiations are still ongoing between the two clubs.
Reports have claimed that Fulham have most recently offered to sign the winger on an initial loan deal that includes an obligation to buy him for €12 million if they avoid relegation this season.