Hull City are said to be one of three Premier League clubs keeping a close eye on Eyong Enoh ahead of him becoming a free agent.
The 30-year-old has made it clear he will not sign an extension with Belgian club Standard Liege this summer and is looking for a move elsewhere, with a return to England on the cards.
Enoh had a brief spell on loan at Fulham in 2013 and his agent revealed last week that several Premier League sides had expressed an interest in his client.
Everton are believed to be leading the race for his signature but Hull City are also thought to be in the mix, while Crystal Palace have expressed an interest.
However, the uncertainty surrounding who will be Hull’s manager next season could mean the Tigers miss out on Enoh, with new Everton boss Ronald Koeman eager to sign the Cameroonian having tracked him while in charge of Southampton.