Scott Parker can be tempted to stop Fulham and develop into supervisor at Championship rivals Bournemouth, talkSPORT understands.
Bournemouth have a long-standing curiosity in Parker relationship again to when Eddie Howe left on the finish of the 2019-2020 season.
Jonathan Woodgate took cost of the Cherries for the second half of final season, main them to the play-off semi-finals, however is out of contract this summer season.
Parker has managed Fulham because the latter phases of the 2018/19 season, bringing the membership straight again as much as the Premier League after relegation in that marketing campaign.
Nonetheless, the previous England midfielder couldn’t stop the Cottagers from struggling relegation to the Championship once more this time period, regardless of some eye-catching soccer.
Woodgate, in the meantime, restored his managerial status at Bournemouth this season after a poor debut marketing campaign with Middlesbrough.
Taking up from Jason Tindall on a brief foundation in February, Woodgate earned the job completely regardless of hypothesis linking the Cherries with Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira.
Nonetheless, having guided Bournemouth to the play-offs, his aspect threw away a two-goal combination lead as eventual-winners Brentford got here from behind within the second-leg.
With Fulham needing an enormous rebuild because of the expiration of quite a few participant contracts, Parker might see Bournemouth as a greater alternative to get again within the Premier League.
And former Fulham midfielder Danny Murphy suggests Parker could also be dissatisfied with the recruitment coverage at Craven Cottage.
“The scenario at Fulham relating to recruitment isn’t on board with the best way Scott wished to do it,” Murphy informed talkSPORT.
“His opinion isn’t wanted as a lot as he would get some other place.
“He discovered that final season the place there have been just a few points relating to sure gamers he wished.
“For those who don’t really feel like your enter is legitimate, I’d moderately go someplace with a smaller price range.”