Craven Cottage boss wants to reunite with his former Eastlands charge.
SHAUN WRIGHT-PHILLIPS faces a crunch summer decision as Fulham consider a fresh move for the winger.
He is three years into his second spell at Manchester City but has played only a bit-part this season as the club continued their multi-million pound spending spree in search of success.
Wright-Phillips, 29, is determined to prove he is good enough to be a first-team regular next term but may have to consider his options if City add even more attackers to the payroll in the close season.
Fulham boss Mark Hughes wanted him on loan in January and is weighing up a
£4million bid when the transfer window reopens.
SOURCE: Sunday People
Given that Shaun Wright-Phillips first team chances at Man City get slimmer by the day it would make a great deal of sense for the former Chelsea winger to look for a summer exit. Roberto Mancini turned down a transfer request from the impish wide man in January which seems pretty strange given that the Eastlands boss hasn’t handed the 29 year old a Premier League start since September.
Clearly Fulham boss Mark Hughes knows Wright-Phillips well as he was the man who brought the player back to Man City when he was boss back in 2008. A move to the West London club could help revive a career that is danger of stagnating.