Wide man has endured an up-and-down career to date on Merseyside.
Fulham are interested in bringing Liverpool midfield player Stewart Downing to Craven Cottage this summer, but only on a loan deal, says the Daily Mirror.
The England international has been at Anfield for two years now, having signed for the Reds from Aston Villa in the summer of 2011 for a whopping £20 million.
However, it is fair to say that in the intervening two-year period the 28-year-old has enjoyed a frustrating time of it on Merseyside, with his debut campaign for the club in particular proving to be a massive let down under previous manager Kenny Dalglish.
The wide man contributed no goals, and no assists either, in his 36 Premier League outings in his debut season at the club under the Scot, however, last campaign under new Reds boss Brendan Rodgers proved slightly more successful for the player.
Downing managed to net three goals, while also registering five assists too, in 29 top-flight matches, although it is understood that Rodgers will only allow the winger to leave the club on a permanent, rather than a loan, deal this summer.