Paris Saint Germain coach Luis Fernandez has been linked to the vacant manager’s job at Fulham, according to the French Press.
Fernandez, who has already admitted that he wants to leave Paris at the end of the season, was expected to return to La Liga in Spain next season to coach Athletic Bilbao for a second spell.
However, He was reportedly seen to be having a meeting with Fulham Chairman Mohammed Al-Fayed in Paris over the weekend.
It was believed that Fulham were to appoint a young British manager, with both Leicester’s Micky Adams and Readimgs Alan Pardew tipped to for the job.
Fernandez wants to start work at a new club after a having a difficult relationship with star player Ronaldinho.
Chris Coleman is currently caretaker manager at Fulham, but has hinted that he does not want the job on a permanent basis.