World Cup winner Youri Djorkaeff is closer to a move to Craven Cottage, according to Fulham coach Dave Beasant.
Djorkaeff was released by Bolton in the summer after enjoying an extension to his career at the Reebok Stadium.
But Fulham boss Chris Coleman clearly believes the Frenchman would be an asset to Fulham and expects him to sign soon, though it is unlikely a move
would be completed before the Cottagers' clash with Southampton this weekend.
Fulham's bid to sign 36-year-old French international Youri Djorkaeff have stalled because the club and player have failed to agree contract
Djorkaeff, a free agent after being released by Bolton Wanderers at the end of last season, has been training with Fulham and manager Chris Coleman
was hoping to secure his signature before the weekend.
But Coleman said: "It's not a done deal. I was hoping it would have been done by the end of this week but at the minute it is far from being done so
we'll wait and see."
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