Roberto Firmino is being linked with a return to the Premier League, just six months after leaving Liverpool for Saudi side Al-Ahli.
The Brazil international was among the high-profile imports into the Saudi Pro League in the summer, after leaving Liverpool on a free transfer at the end of his contract.
However, Firmino has struggled to make an impact in the Middle East and is keen to quit Al-Ahli, having scored just three goals in 17 Saudi Pro League appearances this season.
talkSPORT are reporting that Fulham are among the English sides who have been offered the chance to sign the 32-year-old.
Marco Silva’s side have struggled for goals this season and could look to offer Firmino an escape route, as the Cottagers seek another option to compliment Raul Jimenez and Carlos Vinicius.
Sheffield United were also linked with a move to sign Firmino in recent weeks. The forward scored 111 goals in 362 appearances for Liverpool during a decorated career at Anfield, in which he won seven trophies, including the 2019 Champions League and 2019/20 Premier League title.
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