Homesick Carlos Salcido is ready to call time on his Fulham career after just six months in London – and is eyeing up a return to Mexico, according to the People.
The 30 year-old full back has told Fulham that he wants to head home having failed to settle in England. Salcido has struggled after a promising start at Craven Cottage and has recently been left out of Mark Hughes’ starting line-up. Signed from PSV Eindhoven to replace Paul Konchesky, Salcido has instructed his representatives to sound out Mexican sides about the possibility of either a loan or a permanent transfer.
The left back’s desire to leave Fulham means the Whites will be in the market for another left back with only academy graduate Matthew Briggs in their senior squad. Hughes could offer Konchesky, out of favour since Kenny Dalglish succeeded Roy Hodgson at Anfield, an escape route from Anfield and a chance of regular first-team football with his former employers.