According to the Daily Mail, Fulham is preparing a bid of 6 million euro to rip the Kenyan Inter midfielder during the winter transfer market.
The Harambee Stars international, who was once courted by Manchester City, is available for around £6million after being frozen out by coach Andrea Stramaccioni.
Mariga who was not available to play for Stars in their recent friendly against Bafana Bafana has also attracted interest from Reading and Dinamo Moscow.
He is yet to play for Inter after returning from loan spells at Spanish side Real Sociedad and Serie A outfit Parma AC.
Federico Pastorello, agent of the former Helsingborgs and Real Sociedad explained: “Before making any decision we want to talk with the coach, Andrea Stramaccioni. The position of McDonald, Inter have already Cambiasso and Gargano, and if for him both are a priority in the hierarchy with respect to my client, we will have an alternative to Inter in January. ”
Mariga made 21 starts and four substitute appearances for both clubs last season scoring four times before injury ruled him out.
The midfielder won the treble under Jose Mourinho in 2010 after the current Real Madrid manager secured his services after his move to City fell through when the British Home Office declined to issue him with a work permit due to Kenya’s low FIFA ranking.
Younger brother and rising Celtic star, Victor Wanyama, has also attracted keen Premiership interest with a host of clubs including Manchester United rumored to be preparing to swoop for him in January.
Source: Daily Mail – FC Inter News