Fulham midfielder Jean Michael Seri is looking to leave England during the current transfer window, according to Sky Sports News.
The 27-year-old has already attracted interest from four clubs, as he looks to manufacture a move away from Craven Cottage.
Galatasaray, Napoli, Roma and AC Milan are all assessing the situation, as Seri is currently away from Fulham on holiday following his involvement in the African Cup of Nations.
The Cottagers brought the midfielder in for £25million from Nice as they aimed to secure their Premier League status with a £100m injection into their squad last summer.
Fulham didn’t get the return on investment they were hoping for, with Seri one of a number of signings that failed to make an impact at Craven Cottage.
The midfielder managed just one goal in 32 Premier League appearances, as the Cottagers returned to the Championship following a disastrous campaign.
Seri arrived at Fulham with plenty of expectation, as supporters were expecting the 27-year-old to strengthen the club’s midfielder in their fight to retain top flight status.
He never lived up to that though, as fans were left disappointed with his lack of impact after securing a big money move to the London outfit.
Fulham would benefit from a potential sale of Seri, as they will look to recoup some of the £25m spent on his arrival last summer.
The caliber of clubs interested in the Cottagers midfielder is a positive, and with competition for his signature his price tag is bound to rise.
Seri will be hoping to secure a move back into top flight football as he looks to put a disappointing year behind him, and Fulham will be looking to cash in on his departure as they aim for a Premier League return.