Fulham manager Mark Hughes has confirmed he is hoping to sign Carlos Salcido, though any deal for the Mexico left-back will not automatically spell the end of Paul Konchesky's time at the club.
Fulham appear to be lining up a replacement in Salcido, 30, who impressed at the World Cup finals and currently represents Dutch club PSV Eindhoven. He has recently been linked with a move to Liverpool.
While Hughes is "hopeful" of signing Salcido, he would not confirm that Konchesky is heading out of Craven Cottage.
"We have made enquiries," Hughes said. "He is a player I am interested in and we are hopeful it might be concluded.
"We are looking to have quality in all positions. Left back is a position we are a little light in. It is not a foregone conclusion that Paul Konchesky goes because we are looking to bring someone else in."