Real Betis have had two bids rejected for the £30m-rated striker, with West Ham, Crystal Palace, Bayer Leverkusen and Fenerbahce also interested.
But Fulham vice-chairman Tony Khan insists the club will fight to keep the Serbia star at Craven Cottage – and that he is happy to stay.
Khan said: “I would like to retain as many of our key players as possible, and that includes Aleksandar Mitrovic.
“We made a big investment to get him here and I believe in him. Last season he played so hard for us and he sets a great tone in the dressing room and on the pitch.
“I am doing everything I can to keep him. I have a great relationship with him and we have had a lot of talks.
“He loves Fulham, he loves the club, he loves the people here, he loves his team-mates.”
Fulham also plan to bring back controversial striker Aboubakar Kamara, who was arrested in January on suspicion of assault, from his loan spell at Turkish club Malatyaspor
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