Bobby Zamora is still locked in talks with Queens Park Rangers chiefs over a proposed move to Loftus Road. The deal, which according to BBC Sport carries a meagre £4 million fee, would see Zamora reunited with former Fulham boss Mark Hughes. The main problem that Hughes and QPR must overcome is his hefty wage demands, reportedly double what he earns at Fulham.
Some sources are stating that Zamora will only be sold if and when a replacement is found, and Goal.com continue to suggest that replacement comes in the form of Dortmun striker Lucas Barrios. He's considered a player of the highest calibre in Germany, but his injury worries have put him out of contention. A bid of £8.3 million is rumoured to have been lodged.
The transfer of Pavel Pogrebnyak to Fulham will be completed very shortly, after the player passed a medical and has gained a work permit. Only paperwork holds him back now.
And lastly, Pajtim Kasami has confirmed on Twitter that he will stay with Fulham for the foreseeable future, despite interest from Juventus.