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Fulham: Cottagers in negotiations to sign Joshua Zirkzee

Fulham: Cottagers in negotiations to sign Joshua Zirkzee -Fulham News

According to SportBILD journalist Christian Falk, Fulham are in negotiations to sign Bayern Munich forward Joshua Zirkzee this summer.

The Lowdown: Bayern exit expected

The 21-year-old has returned to the German giants following a successful loan at Anderlecht, but is expected to depart the Allianz in the weeks ahead due to entering the final 12 months of his deal.

His impressive displays under Felice Mazzu don’t seem to have left him short of potential suitors, and there appears to be plenty of interest being ignited in the Premier League, particularly from Craven Cottage.

The Latest: Fulham in talks for Zirkzee

Taking to Twitter, Falk confirmed that Fulham are in contact with Bayern regarding a move for Zirkzee. He wrote:

“TRUE✅ The Management of Joshua Zirkzee @FCBayern negotiate with @FulhamFC, also FC Southampton & FC Bournemouth are interested.”

The Verdict: Competition for Mitrovic

Marco Silva will be keen to add to his attacking ranks and provide competition for Aleksandar Mitrovic to ensure that his side maintain their top-flight status, and Zirkzee would be a fantastic signing for the Cottagers.

The Dutchman, hailed for his ‘remarkable’ development by former Bayern manager Hansi Flick, was directly involved in 23 goal contributions in just 32 Jupiler Pro League appearances for Anderlecht last season, via Transfermarkt.

Would Zirkzee be a good signing for Fulham?

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Standing at 6 foot 3, Zirkzee could add a huge physical threat in the box for Fulham, and after their exciting performance in the 2-2 draw against Liverpool last weekend, there’s no reason why he wouldn’t be encouraged and want to make the switch.


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