On October 2nd, TuttoMercatoWeb reported Sampdoria have said ‘no’ to the Cottagers first offer for Omar Colley, and the negotiations between with two sides are expected to continue.
Blucerchiati.net interviewed the defender’s agent, Cheikh Fall, and he confirmed the English club’s interest in his client.
“Yes, they [Fulham] are interested. but I still don’t think [there are] offers,” Fall said.
The representative, however, said his client “will leave” Claudio Ranieri’s side before the window closes and is likely to end up in the Premier League.
SampNews24 also contacted Colley’s agent and Fall confirmed the centre-back will move to England.
The website explained Fulham are ahead of other suitors in the race to sign the Sampdoria defender.
This will come as an encouragement for Fulham, and they will receive a further boost after Sampdoria chairman Massimo Ferrero told TuttoMercatoWeb that the Gambia international will leave the club.