Fulham boss Martin Jol could face a difficult summer as he looks to hang on to his best players amid speculation that a number of clubs are looking at midfielder Moussa Dembele.
Reports on Talksport claim that the Belgium international is on the radar of Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal who are all pushing for European football next season.
The two north London clubs look like securing Champions League football, while Liverpool still hope to claim a spot in the Europa League, either through the FA Cup or league position.
Fulham have had an impressive season so far and Dembele, alongside Clint Dempsey and Bryan Ruiz has earned plenty of plaudits for their string of superb displays.
Last year Dembele admitted that he would be interested in a move to White Hart Lane after reports had appeared linking him with a possible move across London.
"It would obviously be a step higher, and that has always been my goal," Dembele was quoted as telling De Standaard on Sky Sports. "I did well last season when I was not injured, through many matches for Fulham. So why not step higher?"
However, it appears as though should Tottenham bid for the midfielder then they may have competition as Liverpool and Arsenal are said to be interested in signing the 24-year-old.
Dembele has played 38 times for Belgium and has scored five goals, and this season has been one of Fulham's best players, turning in a number of eye catching performances.