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Fulham close on Bolat deal

Fulham are closing on a deal for goalkeeper Sinan Bolat but Standard Liege say a deal is not yet completed.

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Sinan Bolat: Closing on Fulham deal

Sinan Bolat: Closing on Fulham deal

Turkey international Bolat is currently training with Fulham ahead of a proposed January switch.

The 24-year-old is out-of-contract in the summer and it is believed a deal between Standard and Fulham has already been agreed.

However, Bolat is yet to agree personal terms with Fulham - but that is not expected to be an issue.

"With Sinan himself, there is no agreement, but I don't suppose he will say no," confirmed Standard's technical director Jean-Francois de Sart.

There is little rush for the deal to be completed in earlier January as he is currently recovering from a serious knee injury which saw him miss most of last season.

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