Fulham keen to land former Liverpool FC winger

Fulham are interested in Kewell but he may prefer to return home to A-LeagueFulham manager Martin Jol could be prepared to give Australian midfielder Harry Kewell a shock move back to the Premier League.

Kewell, 32, is currently without a club and could be interested in a move to the Premier League with Fulham if Jol is ready to table an offer for him. The Australian midfielder has been a free agent since Turkish outfit Galatasary opted not to extend his contract with the club, despite Kewell being a fan-favourite.

However, Jol could face competition as several clubs, including newly-promoted QPR, are said to be interested in the player. Sources also claim there is interest from clubs in his home country of Australia and it is believed Kewell could be keen on a move back to the A-League.

Fulham could benefit from signing Kewell on a free transfer given the player’s previous Premier League experience with Leeds United and Liverpool. If they are to hand Kewell another Premier League lifeline, though, they will have to heavily persuade Kewell as it is rumoured he has his heart set on finishing his career in Australia.

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