London: John Arne Riise could be playing with his brother Bjorn Helge Riise next season after joining Fulham from Roma.
The Norwegian defender has signed a three-year deal to return to the Premier League, three years after leaving Liverpool for Serie A.
He says "Fulham is a club that I have been following as my brother, Bjorn, plays here and he speaks very highly of the club and the staff."
Also on Wednesday, newly promoted Queens Park Rangers signed Jay Bothroyd on a three-year deal. The 29-year-old striker has been a free agent since leaving Cardiff at the end of the season.
Liverpool has agreed to sell out-of-favor defender Paul Konchesky to second-tier club Leicester after playing just 18 matches since arriving at Anfield a year ago.