It'll be a disappointment to see Fulham miss out on signing on-loan defender Joachim Andersen permanently, in any case, the Cottagers realize they can't rival the likes of Manchester United and Tottenham who are interested in the defender.
United and Spurs' defensive burdens have been evident lately with the two sides urgent to add some safety to their positions.
A new report from the Telegraph claims Fulham might want to get Andersen, who is on loan from Lyon, on a permanent deal.
Despite the club’s willingness to see the defender extend his stay, growing interest from two of the Premier League’s biggest clubs is likely to scupper those plans.
Joachim Andersen is a defensive leader and an organizer, who is adept at protecting his penalty box. He has made an average of five clearances a game in the Premier League this season.
It's been accounted for that Lyon will request only £25m as a trade-off for their 24-year-old defender – a valuation which is probably going to command the notice of any club.
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