AFC Bournemouth, who recently got relegated from the Premier League, are considering a move for Fulham manager Scott Parker, as per The Sun.
The Boscombe based side are looking for a new manager after Eddie Howe left the club by mutual consent this month.
It looks that Bournemouth are wasting no time in finding a replacement for the English manager ahead of the 2020-21 season, and Parker seems to be their target.
The Sun’s report also mentions that the 39-year-old coach has a good relationship with Cherries’ technical director Richard Hughes, however, any potential agreement is dependent on whether the Cottagers manage to secure Premier League promotion when they clash Brentford in the play-off final at Wembley.
It is looking to be a closely-fought contest between the two clubs as the pair fight it out to win promotion to the top division next season.
The Lilywhites boss led his side to a fourth-place finish in the Championship, and he will be keen to end this brilliant campaign with promotion.
Scott has done a good job with the Cottagers and therefore he might want to finish his project at Craven Cottage, even if his side fails to secure promotion to the top division.