Fredrik Stoor is hoping for a loan move away from Fulham to gain some first team football.
The Swedish right back has been frustrated by the fine form of John Pantsil, who has firmly established himself as Fulham’s first choice right back. Stoor, who made just seven appearances in his first season at Craven Cottage, was hoping to leave the club permanently in the summer but his agent Per Jonsson says Fulham’s asking price – around 2m euros – was too high.
It’s been a far too high price tag on him. Fulham of course want some of the money back.
From the beginning they thought that they could get pretty much all of it back. But now they notice that’s going to be hard. Everyone (clubs) thinks ‘we will sell before we buy’ because of the financial situation.
The clubs are now prevented from buying until January but in England there is still two months when you can loan a player. Our thoughts of finding a permanent solution aren’t the No.1 priority. We are looking at clubs in the Championship.
Jonsson admits that he has had no expressions of interest from any clubs in Stoor at the moment.
No, there aren’t. But believe me there isn’t (any interest) with anyone. You need to have a Zlatan (Ibrahimovic) to get people to call. But they don’t call as he is too expensive.