Fulham look to extend Drameh contract
Premier League club Fulham want to extend the young star's contract, in a bid to deter other clubs from trying to prise him away from them.
Drameh has been a sensation for the 'Cottagers' U23 side, scoring in their 4-0 defeat of Norwich City reserves this week.
According to 'Sky Sports News', Fulham want to tie the player down to a more long-term deal, with many other Premier League clubs keeping tabs on the situation.
The young right back has been a regular feature of Fulham's reserve side this campaign, and has even been touted to make his senior side debut before the end of the current season.
If he does manage to secure afirst team appearance, Drameh will follow in the footsteps of fellow youngsters, Ryan and Steven Sessegnon, and Harvey Elliott, who have all featured for Slavisa Jokanovic's side so far this campaign.
However, Drameh would not surpass the record for the youngest player to ever represent the club; reserve side teammate Harvey Elliott has already pipped him to that accolade, by appearing against Millwall in the Carabao Cup earlier this season, at just 15 years old.