Fulham are eyeing up a move for Tom Trybull who had a mixed spell at Rovers last year.

Trybull endured injury frustration, his best form not coming until the final quarter of the season, and departed in the summer after making just 26 appearances.

Parent club Norwich City allowed him to leave last summer with just a fraction of his wages being covered, their return to the top flight coinciding in a salary hike for the 28-year-old who still has a year left to run on his contract.

Fulham, under new boss Marco Silva, are looking to make moves in the market in a bid to secure immediate promotion back to the Premier League, with Trybull linked with a move to Craven Cottage.

He has experience of winning the Championship, with Norwich in 2018/19, and that Championship experience could be key to Silva’s rebuild.

Holding midfielder Trybull has made 80 appearances for the Canaries, including 16 in their last Premier League campaign in 2019/20, but is out-of-favour at Carrow Road.

A possible move for Trybull could also free up the prospect of Stefan Johansen being free to leave the Cottagers, the Norway international a target for Rovers in this window.

Johansen has had two separate loans in the last three seasons, including an impressive spell in the second half of 2020/21 with QPR who also maintain an interest in his services.

Rovers are in need of midfield reinforcements, with Trybull one of four options to have departed from last season’s squad, with Lewis Holtby, Corry Evans and Stewart Downing not seeing their deals renewed.

Fulham, like Rovers, are yet to make any signings in the transfer window, their pre-season disrupted by the departure of Scott Parker to Bournemouth, with former Hull City and Everton boss Silva brought in as his replacement.

Derby County and Reading, both under a transfer embargo are yet to sign a player this summer, while Sheffield United are still waiting to make their first move.