Fulham close in on Kongolo

Fulham are finalising an offer to re-sign defender Terence Kongolo from Huddersfield.

Supervisor Scott Parker has been keen in order to strengthen his defence following a bad start to life back in the Premier Little league.

Defenders Tosin Adarabioyo and Joachim Andersen joined Fulham on Deadline Day from Stansted City and Lyon respectively.

But Parker has relocated once again to bolster his choices, with announcement on Kongolo’s appearance expected in the next 24 hours.

The 26-year-old joined Fulham upon loan in January, but experienced a broken foot and came back to Huddersfield after making only one appearance for the Cottagers.

Image: Fulham supervisor Scott Parker has been keen in order to strengthen his defence

Kongolo began his profession in his native Netherlands with Feyenoord and made over 130 looks for the club before moving in order to Monaco and then to Huddersfield.

He made 45 Leading League appearances for Huddersfield throughout their two-season stint in the top-flight.

Kongolo has been capped each and every level for the Netherlands and has produced four appearances for the senior group.

Offer set for WBA

West Brom and Huddersfield City have been in negotiations over Karlan Give for more than a month

Image: West Brom and Huddersfield have been in negotiations more than Karlan Grant for more than a 30 days

West Brom have agreed a fee really worth around £15m with Huddersfield pertaining to striker Karlan Grant.

Negotiations have been ongoing for more than the usual month, mainly over the structure associated with payments, and the two clubs have reached agreement on that region.

Grant will have their medical at The Hawthorns on Thursday night, and Albion will pay the majority of the charge in future instalments.

Deadline Day Two

A domestic transfer windowpane between Premier League and EFL clubs remains open until Oct 16 – dubbed Deadline Day time Two – but how does this work?

The global deadline – where English night clubs could buy, sell and mortgage players from abroad – shut on October 5, but a between Premier League and EFL teams means players can still end up being transferred in England.

Subsequent consultation between the leagues – also because FIFA allows a summer exchange window to run for up to 12 several weeks – Premier League clubs could do business with EFL sides for a more 11 days in a bid in order to bolster their squads.

They can make loan or long term signings, as well as selling, but generally there cannot be transfers between Premier Little league teams.

All EFL clubs can still do domestic company with any English team up till Deadline Day Two on Fri.

The domestic move window will run until 5pm on Friday, October 16.

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