Former Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner is reportedly being courted for the vacant managerial position at Fulham. Wagner left the Terriers by mutual consent in January, with the club bottom of the Premier League table and looking destined for a return to the Championship after a two-year stint in the top flight.
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He is regarded as one of the greatest ever managers at the club after steering them to an unexpected promotion from the Championship in 2017, and then survival a year later. The German-American had been linked with the vacant West Bromwich Albion job after Darren Moore’s shock departure but now reports suggest Fulham are keen to offer him the job on a permanent basis at the end of the season.
Scott Parker is currently in caretaker charge after the departure of Claudio Ranieri but it has been suggested the club want to go down a more experienced route for next season, as they, like Huddersfield, are likely to be playing Championship football. However, the report also states that Wagner would need to be offered a tempting deal by Fulham, as he would prefer to remain in the top flight, either in the Premier League or another major European league.