Fredrik Stoor’s agent plans to speak with Fulham amid uncertainty over the defender’s future.

The Swede moved to Craven Cottage last summer but was unable to establish himself as a regular in the side, with Roy Hodgson reluctant to change a settled back-line.

The arrival of fellow right-back Stephen Kelly from Birmingham would also appear to pave the way for Stoor to leave the club.

The 25-year-old’s representative Per Jonsson has now hinted that his player may have to look for a new challenge.

“I knew that this signing (Kelly) was on its way and now it’s settled,” Jonsson told Fotbollskanalen.

“We’ll still have a talk with Fulham before finding a solution.

“We are pretty sure that we will have to find something. There is time to do something now.

“The window is open in July and August. We will see if anything happens.”

Stoor is determined to earn a recall to the Sweden team and a number of clubs are reported to be interested in securing his services.

Jonsson continued: “I will tell you when there is anything concrete. Now it’s in the open that he (Kelly) has signed and that is not a positive situation.

“Fredrik wants his place in the national team back, and then we will need to find a solution that is good from a sport perspective.”

Jonsson accepts that Stoor is unlikely to stay at Fulham, adding: “I find that hard to believe. Three right-backs is one too many.”