SWANSEA, WALES - NOVEMBER 19: Scott Sinclair of Swansea runs with the ball during the Barclays Premier League match between Swansea City and Manchester United at The Liberty Stadium on November 19, 2011 in Swansea, Wales. (Photo by Scott Heavey/Getty Images)
In a bid to freshen up the left side of Fulham's midfield, Martin Jol is looking to bring in Swansea City's Scott Sinclair and will pursue the club's interest in Heerenveen's Luciano Narsingh, according to Goal.com.
The belief is that Jol, keen on adding a youthful edge to his otherwise ageing Fulham team, is also seeking to add an abundance of pace to his flanks and Sinclair and Narsingh fit the bill perfectly.
Sinclair is thought to be a difficult acquisition because of his successful spell at Swansea last year which has attracted other, more lucrative interest. However, it is understood that no club has made a firm offer and Fulham have been alerted to the fact that Sinclair, a former under-21 international with England, only has one year remaining on his deal. The same applies to Narsingh.
No fee has been suggested for Sinclair yet, but it is thought that Heerenveen value Narsingh at around £6 million and the player himself has already visited Fulham this summer, when he joined team mate Oussama Assaidi in checking out the facilities. Assaidi, though, is on the verge of joining Galatasaray.