Fulham are tipped to be one of a number clubs considering making an offer for Polish international defender Pawel Dawidowicz who is set to leave Hellas Verona at the end of the season, according to Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio.
The Cottagers’ interest in the 27 year-old centre half, who can also play as a defensive midfielder, isn’t exactly a secret as the former Lechia Gdansk and Benfica stopper featured on Fulham’s shortlist when Marco Silva was seeking defensive reinforcements back in the summer. Dawidowicz, who has made more than a hundred appearances in three years at the Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi, is determined to move on in the summer and is intrigued by the prospect of playing in the Premier League.
The 6ft 2in centre half has scored one goal and added another assist in sixteen Serie A appearances for Verona, who are third bottom in the Italian top flight. He has won eight senior caps for his country and is in the current Polish squad, although his last appearance came in the September 2021 1-1 draw with England. Dawidowicz has previously been linked with a move away from Hellas, who will entertain offers for him this summer having rebuffed advances last year, and Di Marzio cites interest from Fulham, Leicester City and a number of Italian clubs.