After making additions to his squad over the Summer months, Fulham manager Martin Jol is reportedly considering loan offers for players on the fringes of the first team. Trotta, who starred when out on loan to Wycombe last season, would surely be keen for a temporary move elsewhere with his first team chances diminish significantly after seeing Berbatov, Rodallega and Petric jump the queue in the pecking order, and when presented with rare opportunities on the pitch hasn’t impressed as much as he’d like.
Other potential loanees include Stockdale who is one of four goalkeepers registered in the Premier League squad, Briggs following the purchase of the versatile Richardson, and, despite a lack of numbers in midfield, Jol would like Kasami to see some regular first team football:
“Kasami is a youngster and if everyone is sound and well he won’t start, he knows that. That’s a bit of a problem with him because he wants to play all the time. I feel he should do a bit better and push for a starting place but he’s not there yet. I think he could benefit from a loan spell.”
The Fulham manager would cite youngster Kacaniklic as a prime example of the benefits of a loan spell, having become a first team regular following an impressive spell with Watford.