Reports in Spain suggest Fulham are keeping a close eye on Getafe duo Derek Boateng and Miku.
It is claimed that the Cottagers have had the pair watched on several occasions this season by their scouting network.
The club may be yet to secure their Premier League status for another season, but manager Mark Hughes is already turning his attention towards next term.
That means indentifying potential summer targets before the transfer window re-opens for business.
He is believed to have taken a shine to Boateng and Miku, with the pair able to boast considerable experience of life in European football.
No approach has been made to Getafe as yet, but the Primera Liga outfit are aware that a bid could be in the offing.
A club director said: "There is interest but as yet we have not received a formal offer."
Boateng is a 27-year-old Ghanaian midfielder who is under contract at Getafe until 2013.
Miku, a Venezuelan frontman, is tied to the Spanish side until 2014, but it is expected that both men could be lured away if the price is right.