Italian giants Juventus could be set to make a January transfer swoop for Fulham starlet Pajtim Kasami, according to Goal.com.
The 21-year-old midfielder signed for Fulham in 2011 from Juve's Serie A rivals Palermo, and has impressed since his arrival in the Premier League.
The former Lazio youth player has made 15 first team appearances for the Cottagers, and scored the winning goal on the first day of the season as his side beat Sunderland 1-0.
Kasami's agent Mino Raiola is reported to have strong ties with Juventus - which could make the move to Italy even more likely.
The Macedonia-born man won his first international cap for Switzerland in their 1-0 World Cup qualifier win against Slovenia just three days ago.
And with the nation having booked their place at the World Cup finals in Brazil this summer, Kasami will be looking to carry on his good form and claim a spot in the Swiss 23-man squad.
Should Martin Jol lose the player to Juventus, it has also been claimed the midfielder will be immediately loaned out to either Parma or Sassuolo to ensure his first team development.
Kasami will lineup for Fulham on Monday night as his side face a Premier League clash against London rivals Crystal Palace.