Fulham linked with Denmark international along with two Premier League rivals

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The latest Fulham news on Monday.

Fulham are reportedly interested in Galatasaray defender Victor Nelsson.

The Cottagers are being linked with a move for the Denmark international alongside two fellow Premier League clubs.

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Marco Silva’s side have already made seven signings so far in this transfer window.

According to Fichajes, they are apparently keen on Nelsson along with Newcastle United and Aston Villa.

More on Nelsson

Nelsson only moved to Turkey to join Galatasaray last year and made 44 appearances in all competitions for the Super Lig giants last season, chipping in with two goals from the back.

He still has four years left on his contract at the Nef Stadium and has played twice for them already this term.

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The 23-year-old started his career at Nordsjælland and broke into their first-team as a youngster before signing for FC Copenhagen in 2019.

He then spent two years in the Danish capital and played 87 games altogether.

Fulham could see him as someone to add more competition and depth to their defensive department.

They have started with Tosin Adarabioyo and Tim Ream in the heart of defence in their first two matches of this campaign against Liverpool and Wolves, with summer recruit Shane Duffy on the bench.

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Other news

In other Cottagers news, Wolves’ Morgan Gibbs-White has spoken about his altercation with Aleksandar Mitrovic on Saturday.

The midfielder clashed with the Serbian striker in the second-half and has said:

“It was nothing. It’s just football. It happens. Two players got aggressive, and it happens in football.

“It was a late tackle on me, I reacted, and the referee didn’t seem like he wanted to give him a red card, so it was just a yellow.

“It is what it is.”

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