Former Fulham defender Chris Smalling looks set for a busy summer as speculations mounts regarding a move away from Old Trafford.
The defender is deemed to be surplus to requirements at Manchester United, with Jose Mourinho looking to mount a title challenge next season.
Smalling is expected to be one of the first names out of the door, and according to the Telegraph, clubs such as Arsenal, West Ham, West Brom and Everton supposedly interested.
The 27-year-old from London signed for Fulham from Maidstone United in June 2008 before moving on to Manchester United in 2010.
It's thought that a fee in the region of £15m would be enough to secure the signing of the England defender, which may lead to Fulham receiving a percentage of the fee.