The Daily Telegraph are reporting that Fulham have “strongly rejected” an enquiry from Liverpool for their striker Bobby Zamora. According to the paper, during negotiations for Paul Konchesky’s sale, the possibility of Zamora moving to Anfield was also raised but the London club were staunch in their position that their England international was not for sale. Roy Hodgson is known to be a great admirer of the player and played a great part in turning around the 29 year old’s career. He was all set for a move to Hull City last summer but he had an excellent season for the Cottagers last campaign and helped Fulham to the Europa League final. The paper also states that the Reds may make a bid for West Ham striker Carlton Cole before the end of the day although there are concerns over whether the player would pass a medical because of fitness worries.