Fulham are among a number of Championship clubs that have been linked to Werder Bremen keeper Felix Wiedwald.
Reports in the German press have linked Fulham, along with QPR, with the German stopper who has reportedly asked to be released by Werder Bremen as he seeks a move abroad.
Leeds United, Norwich, Wolves and Nottingham Forest are also said to be interested, although it seems likely he will move to FC Nantes, according to the reports.
Bremen finished eight in the Bundesliga last season with Wiedwald playing 26 times in all competitions, with a contract extension being triggered which would keep him at the club for another season.
But with both David Button and Marcus Bettinelli at Fulham, it looks unlikely that the club would make a move for another goalkeeper at this time.